Charlie Oakham
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Posted: 7th April 2016

The top five most read auto enrolment blog posts from March

Here are the top 5 most popular blog articles from March which cover auto enrolment.

You can also read the top 5 most read payroll blogs from March here.

 

This month the top 5 blogs cover The Pensions Regulator, auto enrolment non-compliance fines, NEST Web Services, and also the amount of businesses staging for auto enrolment over the next 12 months.

The Pensions Regulator visits IRIS in Manchester

Last month Bryan McDaniel, Industry Liaison Manager at The Pensions Regulator, visited IRIS’ Manchester office to update us on the latest auto enrolment compliance and enforcement news and figures. Afterwards, we sat down with Bryan for a quick chat to get his views on the future of auto enrolment as we pass three years since the first businesses staged back in October 2012.

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The Pensions Regulator’s top three auto enrolment tips for March

The Pensions Regulator have released their key auto enrolment employer messages for March. The update includes their top three tips for employers for auto enrolment.

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UK business fined over £10,000 for auto enrolment non-compliance

The Pensions Regulator have announced that an unnamed UK company has been fined £10,000 for auto enrolment non-compliance and have also been forced to pay £15,000 in backdated employee pension contributions.

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IRIS speak at NEST web services event

In March, the CEO of our SME Division, Mark Paraskeva, attended and spoke at NEST’s Web Services event in Central London, to speak about auto enrolment and the challenges it faces in 2016 and beyond.

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Is your business one of the 570,000 staging for auto enrolment from April?

Earlier this year, we reported that The Pensions Regulator estimated that around 570,000 small businesses will stage for auto enrolment between April 2016 and April 2017, is your business one of them? Here’s what you should know.

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