Premier Anna Bligh said that Queensland Health workers should not be worried if their tax payment summaries are incorrect.
The State Government did not elaborate further if problems regarding the Queensland Health payroll system will be fixed.
A report on the introduction of the flawed software will be presented in the Parliament this week.
Health staff workers expressed their worries that their payment summaries might be incorrect due to the ongoing problems with the payroll systems.
Ms. Bligh gave assurance that the department is currently working on the end-of-financial year paperwork and will look into the cause of the system flaws.
Queensland Health is on track to have those group certificates out and is making arrangements with the tax office to ensure that if any of those group certificates are less than accurate, no one will be disadvantaged as a result, she said.
Ultimately the question of the rate at which the current problems can be fixed depend a lot on the technology and the rostering system and the way that those issues are managed in the process in Queensland Health, she said.
Meanwhile, the Queensland Nurses Union said several of its underpaid members need to check their payment summaries against their own records in the new financial year.
Vice President Charmaine Wicking of QNU said nurses will have to check their two payment summaries after the end of the financial year since there are two pay systems.
She predicted the payroll problems may extend to another year.
She suggested that nurses should keep a detailed records of their wages while the problems with the payroll is still being fixed.
Keeping your own meticulous records and and what you've worked and the allowances and then checking them against your pay slip, she said.
By the time the group certificates come out, which is about mid-July, check your own records against what Queensland Health have put on the group certificates.