A Queensland Health (QH) Director of payroll and establishment services, Alan McGraw said that inadequate resources are posing a hindrance to the payroll problems.
The executive who resigned yesterday said that several workers have been paid erroneously from the time the system has been launched.
He raised concerns in his resignation letter about the impractical time period and demands that are imposed on the payroll staff to fix the inadequate system.
Opposition Leader John-Paul Langbroek also supports Alan's viewpoint and said, "Bullying and intimidation [is] causing the payroll crisis to spiral further and further out of control".
On the other hand, Health Minister Paul Lucas has given assurance that the problem will be solved as soon as possible.
Mr. Lucas said that two independent reports on the payroll bungle are still under consideration and there is a possibility that the system would not be implemented.
Deputy Director-General Michael Walsh said that extra payroll staff would be taken if the need arise.
Australian Services Union State Secretary Julie Bignell said payroll members are under the gun to make amendments in the system.
Two executives from the Corporate Services Division were given the walking papers earlier this year, after the report of an auditor-general criticised the government over the implementation of the payroll system.
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