Division on payroll health

ONE year on from its go-live date, Queensland Health’s payroll system is stabilised and continuing to make a range of significant improvements, Health Minister Geoff Wilson said yesterday.

Mr Wilson said a clear blueprint to not just address the payroll problems but to also ensure ongoing improvements for the future, in consultation with staff and unions, was well under way.

“Our staff have been through a very difficult time – it is never good enough if even one employee doesn’t receive the wages they are entitled to,” Mr Wilson said.

But LNP shadow minister for Information & Communication Technology Scott Emerson called for the system to be scrapped, saying workers were still waiting for the problems to be solved.



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