LRD Booklets November 2011

Workplace pensions reform - a practical guide to auto-enrolment

Included in the LRD Spring Booklet sale - sale price £5.04
buy now

Introduction (897 words)

Workplace pensions have been making headlines recently with the government trying to make public sector workers work longer and pay more to get less ...
Open access

1. A new framework for workplace pensions (2,266 words)

Over the next few years every employer will have cause to review their pension arrangements in readiness for a new regime of statutory ...
Subscribers only

2. The challenge for workplace pensions (2,610 words)

Auto-enrolment will deliver a minimum level of pension saving by employers on behalf of workers who also save themselves (rather than opting out) ...
Subscribers only

3. The new auto-enrolment employer duties (4,958 words)

Until now employers’ duties to provide a workplace pension have been strictly limited. Since 2001 employers with five or more employees have ...
Subscribers only

4. Qualifying pension schemes (5,125 words)

The choice of a pension scheme or schemes that the employer intends to have open once their auto-enrolment duties come into force is a key decision ...
Subscribers only

5. Safeguarding pensions (2,468 words)

Statutory auto-enrolment is being introduced at a time of considerable turmoil, change and decline in workplace pension scheme coverage and quality. ...
Subscribers only

Further help and information (66 words)

Subscribers only