Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has promised to find out if a person received a government job after their resume was sent to Labor front-bencher Mark Bailey's private email account.
Mr Bailey, the then energy minister, received and then forwarded an email from former Electrical Trades Union state secretary Peter Simpson containing the resume to his chief-of-staff in their first term in power.
Ms Palaszczuk on Wednesday said she did not know who the resume belonged to or if that person was then given a government job, but committed to looking into it.
"I don't know, I know all those issues about the emails were canvassed at length by the Crime and Corruption Commission," she said.
"If there is any particular details that people want investigated further we can have a look at those particular matters."
The name of the person who sent the resume to Mr Bailey has been redacted in the released emails.
Mr Bailey was investigated by the Crime and Corruption Commission in 2017 for using the Yahoo account to contact Mr Simpson.
He deleted it days after The Australian filed a Right to Information request for emails from Mr Simpson regarding a merger of union superannuation funds.
It forced Mr Bailey to reopen the account and the state archivist later found he would have required legal permission to delete 660 of the emails.
However, because the account had been recovered, it was found Mr Bailey did not breach the public records act.
Liberal National Party leader Deb Frecklington has asked speaker Curtis Pitt to refer Mr Bailey to the Ethics Committee for investigation after the emails were last month released under the Right to Information request.
Australian Associated Press