Jersey civil servant payout 'could have been avoided'
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Mr Ogley said one of the reasons he had left was because he could not work with Treasury Minister Senator Philip Ozouf.
Mr Le Sueur told the BBC he did not want to comment.
Deputy Tracey Vallois, who led the review into the so-called golden handshake, said she believed Mr Le Sueur had known things were going wrong.
'No intervention' She said the review had found a number of failures in the way the States managed its staff.
Deputy Vallois said the former chief minister should have stepped in.
"The only one that has been found on file is the one done in 2011 for the year 2010 which said the former chief executive had done very well in his job and everything was fine."
"We believe [human resources] could be brought up to a better standard and we believe the chief minister could have done a lot more."