Tag Archives: auto-enrolment

Do you employ one of the 433,000? Action required if so!

An important deadline is coming up for employers who have used the transitional period for schemes with defined benefits to delay their automatic enrolment duties.  Whilst the transitional period has not been widely used – the Pensions Regulator’s most recent monthly compliance report sets out that, as at July 2017, approximately 433,000 workers have had … Continue Reading

Pensions Regulator finally facing its Waterloo?

The first judicial review of a decision of the Pensions Regulator relating to UK auto-enrolment has been published. The High Court, in The Queen on the application of Fleet Maritime Services (Bermuda) Limited v The Pensions Regulator, considered the appropriate test for determining whether a worker “is working or ordinarily works in Great Britain under … Continue Reading

Automatic re-enrolment: seconds out… round two!

Whilst some smaller UK employers and new companies are yet to reach their pensions automatic enrolment staging date, the largest companies are in the process of planning for the first cycle of automatic re-enrolment. Companies can choose to re-enrol three months before the third anniversary of their staging date.  For those that went first in … Continue Reading