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Not sure where to start? Here's an overview of your duties.
Some useful tips that might help
There's a lot involved in auto-enrolment. Here are the main things you need to take care of:
There will be a few other things to do once you have staged, but we’ll let you know what’s next as you go through the process of setting up your scheme.
Setting up auto-enrolment for your business means you might need to speak to a range of people, and involve them in various parts of the process.
Your pension provider – it’s worth making sure you’re happy with the people who will administer your pension scheme.
A financial adviser – you might want to seek advice on the right solution for your business.
Your payroll provider or accountant if you have one – to make sure you can manage the data you’ll need.
Your employees – you’ve got a duty to communicate with them and keep them informed.
Visit The Pensions Regulator – to complete your declaration of compliance.
Keeping your employees informed when they reach their staging date is one of your key duties. The good news is that we can do this for you – either by delivering these communications on your behalf, or providing ready-made templates for you to use.
You need to write to your employees.
But what you say will depend on their circumstances. We can help you work this out with clear communications which will help your employees understand how your scheme affects them.
As you can see, there is a lot - but don't worry, we'll keep you on the right track.