Employment issues on pensions auto-enrolment

A note on the employment law implications of the obligation to automatically enrol eligible jobholders in a workplace pension scheme and make mandatory minimum contributions. In particular, the note considers the different categories of worker, how workers can opt out and opt in, employers' duties to provide information about auto-enrolment and the safeguards that protect workers' auto-enrolment rights. It also examines the relationship between auto-enrolment and TUPE pension protection.


 

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