Monday, March 18, 2013

More Novopay

Not content with failing to pay people, Novopay is now apparently going to tell them they've been sacked as well:

A new bug in the beleaguered Novopay system could see education staff sacked at the end of the school term.

The glitch is threatening to terminate contracts on April 21, many of them the contracts of permanent teaching staff.


Many of the principals ONE News spoke to today said they had tried to correct the termination date, with no luck.

Some said they noticed the glitch at the beginning of the school year, sent in the right forms and saw the error corrected. But since then the system has reverted their staff back to the old April 21 termination date.

I can see the cost of the PPTA's lawsuit for humiliation and distress climbing even higher.

Isn't it time the government sorted this out? And if Talent2 can't or won't do it properly, isn't it time the government replaced them with someone who will?