Workplace Pensions Overview

The law on workplace pensions has changed.

Every employer with at least one member of staff must automatically enrol those who are eligible into a workplace pension scheme and contribute towards it.

The Pension Regulator is responsible for regulating workplace pensions and making sure employers comply with their automatic enrolment duties.

Getting Started

The following steps will help begin your automatic enrolment preparations and will enable you to work out what you need to do and when.

1 Know your staging date

The date your automatic enrolment duties start is called your staging date and is when the law comes into effect for you.

2 Provide a point of contact

Let the Pension Regulator know who'll be responsible for automatic enrolment so that support and help may be provided in the process.

3 Check who you need to enrol

Carry out a quick review of your staff to get an idea of your responsibilities to them and work out whether you are likely to have to automatically enrol any of them.

4 Create an action plan

To create an action plan you'll need a staging date.

Our Support

The process of automatic enrolment can prove daunting and we therefore support all our clients with regard to the actions to be taken for automatic enrolment, the choice of pension provider and the payroll interface for the necessary deduction of pension contributions.


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