The Pensions Regulator is urging organisations to nominate a point of contact ahead of their staging dates. In this blog I will explain why you should nominate one, the consequences of not doing so, who you should nominate, who is…

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Eligible jobholders, that is staff aged between 22 years old and State Pension Age who earn more than £192 a week or more than £833 a month, must be automatically enrolled into a workplace pension scheme. Once they have been…

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It is often said that there are two dates employers need to be aware of when it comes to the workplace pension – their staging date and the date they need to submit their declaration of compliance by. These are…

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If you have staff who opted out of your workplace pension scheme you’ll probably know that you will need to automatically re-enrol them every three years after your staging date but there’s a bit more to auto re-enrolment than that.…

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If have at least one member of staff who is paid via a PAYE scheme the workplace pension duties will apply to you once you reach your staging date. Even if you don’t have any staff that need to be…

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Employers have a duty to auto enrol their ‘eligible jobholders’ into a workplace pension. However, other staff who don’t have eligible jobholder status may still have the right to opt in or join a pension scheme. Employers are required to…

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