The Top Five Most Read Auto Enrolment Blog Posts From June
Here are the top 5 most popular blog articles from May which cover auto enrolment.
You can also read the top five most read payroll blogs from May here.
This month’s collection of popular blog articles cover The Pensions Regulator’s quarterly auto enrolment update, new research which suggests small and medium-sized businesses aren’t concerned about the pension reforms, and what to know about the Declaration of Compliance. Additionally, weaknesses in pension regulations and a quick guide to postponement are also discussed.
Workplace Pension Reforms: Quarterly Compliance Update
“It’s that time again when The Pensions Regulator update us with the latest quarterly automatic enrolment compliance figures.”
SMEs Reportedly Not Concerned About Auto Enrolment
“Despite the risks of non-compliance and the millions of pounds being pumped into advertising by the Government, it seems that automatic enrolment is not a major concern for the owners and managers of the UK’s small and micro-sized businesses according to new research by NOW: Pensions.”
Declaration of Compliance – what to know
“The ‘Declaration of Compliance’ is critical to auto enrolment compliance, but what is it and what do you need to know?”
Pension Regulation Weaknesses Threaten Auto Enrolment
“A report from the Work and Pensions Select Committee states that auto enrolment is at risk from weaknesses in pension regulations.”
A Quick Guide to Auto Enrolment Postponement
“Employers can choose to postpone automatic enrolment for up to 3 months under certain circumstances. There is no need to let The Pensions Regulator know if you decide to postpone automatic enrolment but you must write to affected workers to let them know of the postponement period.”