QH payroll debacle
Queensland Health’s Statewide Payroll Hotline phone 1800 239 074.
Important resources for members
Need to know information for QNU members (QH overpayment recovery process) [115k]
Queensland Health payroll implications (updated 9 May 2011) [71k]
Payroll records request form [95k]
Queensland Health payroll FAQs [369k]
Public holiday dates and payrates under EB7
Information sheet: Allegations of receiving unjustified cash payments [103k]
Nurse/midwife pay record [2009/2010] [562k]
Nurse/midwife pay record [2010/2011] [84k]
Nurse/midwife pay record [2011/2012] [84k]
Nurses and Midwives (Queensland Health) Certified Agreement (EB7) 2009 [1.9Mb]
Wage Sheets • 1 April 2010 [61k] • 1 April 2011 [56k]
Allowance Sheets • 1 September 2010 [70k] • 1 April 2011 [96k]
The LNP State government has proceeded with its controversial legislation, which amends the Industrial Relations Act to let Queensland Health unilaterally take money out of the pay of any employee it believes has been overpaid in the future or who receives a transitional loan when the payroll date is changed later this year.
I note with keen interest your announcement to Parliament yesterday on your government’s intention to lift the moratorium on the collection of overpayments arising from the Queensland Health (QH) payroll disaster.
Today Queensland Health announced that it will implement a package of measures designed to progress payroll matters.
You should have now received advice from Queensland Health that its historical underpayment claims trials at the Princess Alexandria Hospital and Prince Charles Hospital will be extended across the state.
You should have now received advice from Queensland Health that its historical underpayment claims trial has commenced at the Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH).
It has been over 18 months since the payroll debacle made its unwelcome entry into our lives. Now we have finally gained some traction on payroll related matters.
You should have now received advice from Queensland Health that its historical underpayment claims trial has commenced at The Prince Charles Hospital (TPCH).
We’ve had some movement this week on payroll related matters.
The QNU has created this fortnightly payroll record to assist you track your pay and to determine how much you should have been paid.
The QNU, health unions and Queensland Health are negotiating a new approach to the payroll disaster.
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