Call us01202 007961
Home / FAQ
No. The legislation divides employees into three different categories. The requirement to provide a pension for an employee differs depending on the category into which he or she falls. The categories and requirements are as follows:
A non-eligible jobholder is entitled to opt into a qualifying pension scheme from the staging date and so must be provided with information on how to do this. If they do opt in then the employer must pay contributions to this scheme for them at a level set out in the legislation.
The scheme that they are given access to does not have to be the same scheme that eligible and non-eligible jobholders are given access to and the employer does not have to pay any contributions to the scheme in relation to them.Back
With the introduction of workplace pensions already underway for a number of larger businesses in the UK, it’s important that you act now and start preparing – there’s a lot that can be put in place earlier.MORE INFO