Key issues for employers post auto-enrolment staging

Lovewell, Debbie
May 2013
Employee Benefits;May2013, p16
The article focuses on the key issues needed for employers to post auto-enrolment staging. It states that due to staging date, an employer only marks the start of its pensions auto-enrolment duties. According to Clare Abrahams, head of auto-enrolment at Lorica, every single month, employers have to have a full employee data set that goes through the system.


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