EMPLOYERS Workplace Pensions - Re-Enrolment Duties
22 August 2019
Every three years you, as an Employer, will need to put any of your eligible employees who previously opted out, or stopped saving into your pension scheme, back into it.
This is called re-enrolment – a two stage process, which is complete once you have re-declared your compliance. The Pensions Regulator has information about this on their website .
You should assess your staff within six weeks of the third anniversary of your staging date but you can do this on any date up to three months after it. Use The Pensions Regulator’s re-enrolment date tool to see your available re-enrolment dates.
For more information of Ongoing Duties for Employers click on the link: https://www.thepensionsregulator.gov.uk/en/employers/new-employers/im-an-employer-who-has-to-provide-a-pension/declare-your-compliance/ongoing-duties-for-employers-?utm_source=DWP&utm_medium=EmployersMicrosite&utm_campaign=239AEQ318&utm_term=OngoingDuties&utm_content=WPPOngoing
If you have any queries about Workplace Pensions please give Aine O’Hagan, our Payroll Manager, a call on (028)3832 4924 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Government’s Department for Work & Pensions also provides useful information on Workplace Pensions: https://www.workplacepensions.gov.uk/employer/ .