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Govt releases reports on Pay Periods 9 & 10

Hon Steven Joyce
Minister for Economic Development

19 August 2013

Govt releases reports on Pay Periods 9 & 10

Minister Responsible for Novopay Steven Joyce today released the reports on complaints and notifications in regards to Pay Periods 9 and 10 of the schools’ payroll.

Pay Period 9, which was paid on the morning of 24 July, paid 90,392 people a total of $167.69 million.

The report shows that complaints and notifications were received regarding 0.12 per cent of staff across the country, 13 staff were notified as not paid, 37 were overpaid, and 58 underpaid. Affected staff were from 76 schools or 3.1 per cent of schools in the payroll system.

Pay Period 10, which was paid on the morning of 7 August, paid 85,705 people a total of $163 million.

Complaints and notifications, in regards to that pay period, were received regarding 0.27 per cent of staff across the country, 19 staff were notified as not paid, 108 were overpaid, and 105 underpaid. Affected staff were from 173 schools or 7.05 per cent of schools in the payroll system.

“The payroll system is starting to demonstrate on-going stability with 10 out of the last 11 pay rounds being within the 0.5 per cent steady state error level identified by the Technical Review team,” Mr Joyce says.

“This is pleasing given Pay Period 9 was the largest payroll so far this financial year and had the smallest number of issues of the 14 pay periods that have been monitored since February.”

Percentage of staff about which complaints and notifications receivedNumber of Schools affected
Pay Period10 0.27%173
Pay Period 90.12%76
Pay Period 80.22%156
Pay Period 70.26%177
Pay Period 60.30%197
Pay Period 50.39%234
Pay Period 40.42%247
Pay Period 30.26%166
Pay Period 20.44%264
Pay Period 12.14%*386
Pay Period 260.43%232
Pay Period 251%406
Pay Period 241.90%447
Pay Period 232.20%628

*This was higher due to the one-off Voluntary Bonding error

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