Związek Zawodowy Farmaceutów Pracowników Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej na terenie województwa pomorskiego (1919–1939)

Wojciech Ślusarczyk



Union of the Pharmacists Employees of the Republic of Poland in the Pomeranian Voivodeship (1919–1939)

The Union of Pharmacists Employees of the Polish Republic (1919–1939) was a nationwide organization representing pharmaceutical staff employed primarily in private pharmacies. Its statutory objectives were: defense of material, moral and low interests of pharmacists working in pharmacies, laboratories, chemical and pharmaceutical factories, and institutions of a similar type, striving to achieve better working conditions, and improving the whole affairs of the pharmaceutical profession. In the interwar period, in Pomorskie voivodship existed local branches
of this organization: Branch of Wloclawek, Branch of Pomerania, Branch of Bydgoszcz and Branch of Gdynia. Forms of their activities were: lectures and discussions about labor rights and of scientific issues, financial support for the poor people (mainly for pharmacists), and other social affairs, assistance in finding
employment for pharmacists, and also striving for respected and improvement of working conditions in pharmacies. These branches, despite the limited funds,
exerted constant pressure on the owners of pharmacies, react in cases of violations of labor rights. The Union of Pharmacists Employees of the Polish Republic in autumn 1939 was liquidated by the German authorities.

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