Every employer with at least one member of staff is required by law to put employees who meet certain criteria into a workplace pension plan and to contribute towards it.
Many workers don’t take up the pension plan their employers offer them. As they risk losing valuable benefits, the government introduced ‘automatic enrolment’ to make it an employer’s duty to enrol all their eligible staff into a pension plan.
Employers have a duty to automatically enrol eligible jobholders aged between 22 and State Pension Age into a qualifying workplace pension plan. We've highlighted your key actions, as well as creating a suite of support information.
If you fail to comply with automatic enrolment and employee opt-in provisions, it is an offence punishable by imprisonment for up to two years, a fine, or both.
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