A guide to auto enrolment and workplace pensions

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If you’re an employer, you’re legally obligated to automatically enrol your eligible employees into a qualifying pension scheme.

Automatic enrolment is a government initiative that means employers are legally required to help employees save for their retirement – even if you only employ one person.

Get a copy of our comprehensive guide for everything you need to know, from how to find out your staging date to choosing a pension and communicating with staff. Use our straightforward seven-step rollout plan to implement a workplace pension in your business, meet your legal obligations and avoid a hefty fine from The Pensions Regulator.

We’ll also show you the common pitfalls to avoid and share stories from businesses like yours that have successfully implemented auto enrolment.

Our comprehensive guide to auto enrolment and workplace pensions includes:

  • How to prepare your business
  • Determining which staff are eligible
  • Understand your staging date
  • Your seven-step rollout plan
  • Common pitfalls to avoid
  • What happens after your staging date
  • How to keep the right records

Free guide to auto enrolment

Everything you need to know about auto enrolment and workplace pensions in one clear, concise guide.

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