Every employer with at least one member of staff has duties and must put employees who meet certain criteria into a workplace pension plan, and contribute towards it.
Find out what this means and how Prudential can help.
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The Government has created an employer responsibility to automatically enrol eligible jobholders into a good pension plan, and to make contributions to it.
If you would like your plan to qualify under the rules, we may be able to help you, but you will need to let us know six months before your staging date.
To make sure we offer customers value for money, like all who offer workplace contract-based plans, we answer to an independent group called the PCPTL.
Answers to common questions about automatic enrolment.
The rules are now in place and there are a number of issues you will need to consider to practically implement the regulations.
On the 6th April 2015, the Government introduced additional requirements for workplace pensions.
If you are an Employer and want to discuss how we can work together or to find out more details about our corporate solutions, please contact us.