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Tagged: Workplace Pension Reform

Auto Enrolment Hits New Landmark For Compliant Employers

BLOG | The Pension Regulator's latest Declaration of Compliance report has revealed the scope of automatic enrolment during the beginning of 2017.

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Christopher Eden
18 April 2017

Auto Enrolment Hits New Landmark as 2017 Approaches

BLOG | 2017 will see the largest number of businesses staging for automatic enrolment since the Workplace Pension Reforms started in 2012.

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Auto Enrolment Non-Compliance Fines Have Risen Sharply

BLOG | The Pension Regulator's latest set of quarterly figures shows an alarming rise in the number of non-compliance penalties given out to businesses.

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Are You Aware of Auto Enrolment Minimum Contribution Rise?

BLOG | Research from Scottish Widows has revealed misunderstanding around minimum contributions people make to remain compliant with auto enrolment.

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Minimum Wage Breaches - Almost 200 Businesses Named and Shamed

BLOG | Minimum Wage Breaches - Almost 200 Businesses Named and Shamed

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Automatic Enrolment Reaches Landmark 200,000 Employers

BLOG | The way businesses calculate holiday pay is changing, and in response, ACAS have published 6 key points of clarification to help businesses.

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Christopher Eden
15 August 2016

New calls for “pot follows member” pension reform to be scrapped

Not long after the government announced plans to introduce a “pot follows member” scheme for automatic enrolment pensions, there have been calls to scrap the plan and replace it with a central clearing house to consolidate savings.

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Matthew Thompson
19 September 2013

Auto enrolment membership passes one million mark after just one year

Less than one year since automatic enrolment was introduced the number of employees opting in to the new system has reached one million.

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Low pension scheme membership confirms the need for auto enrolment

One of the main reasons for the governments introduction of automatic enrolment was that while people are living longer, healthier lives they are saving less and less for retirement. Recent figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) confirm this reason, with current pension schemes having fewer members than any time since records began.

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DWP facing calls for an independent body to control NEST pension scheme

The government is facing calls to distance itself from NEST and let an independent body control the trust once the restrictions on it are lifted in 2017.

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