Nobody to put into a pension scheme? You still have duties. Businesses who employ only one member of staff (who is employed on a temporary basis, who earns under the qualifying earnings threshold of £10,000 and who does not need to be automatically enrolled into a pension scheme) will still have automatic enrolment duties. The… Read more »
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The Pension regulator has stated: (They are obviously bound by the regulations but continue to highlight the 4th paragraph). Where a contract of employment exists – whether written or implied – then automatic enrolment duties will apply. The key point for an employer here is to understand what elements would constitute a contract of employment,… Read more »
The Pensions Regulator is the UK regulator of work-based pension schemes, working with trustees, employers, pension specialists and business advisers, giving guidance on what is expected of them.
Security was the theme of the July Budget. Growth and fairness were the themes of the March Budget. Find out more about the individual measures in our 5-page PDF guide.
We are approaching a deadline for all employers to enter Auto Enrolment. Small limited companies and their directors need to consider if this applies. This post details how to know your position in this matter: When is a director a worker? A director who is working under a contract of employment AND there is at… Read more »
This year will see the introduction of radical pensions reform as the Government attempts to bridge the gap between pension savings and years in retirement with the introduction of auto-enrolment.