Let our experts guide you through your clients workplace pension responsibilities
22 November 2018
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Learn the essentials - what you need to know about your clients' automatic enrolment and re-enrolment duties
Interact via the community area with other business advisers helping their clients with automatic enrolment
Ask our team of experts your automatic enrolment questions
Share ideas and practical solutions to common automatic enrolment challenges
Important workplace pension responsibilities
Join us for a live webinar at 2.30pm on 22 November, where our expert panel will be talking about some of the most important aspects of your clients’ workplace pensions responsibilities. Automatic enrolment is a continuing process for employers, and there are ongoing duties they need to complete long after they’ve put their staff into a pension scheme. Our experts will guide you through what needs to be done, and will answer any questions you have in a live Q&A session.
In this webinar, our panel will take you through the tasks that your clients will need to undertake this financial year, such as re-enrolment and increasing minimum contributions (phasing) as well as the longer term plans for future legislative change. They will also explain how automatic enrolment duties affect those employing staff for the first time, tell you about the latest cases of non-compliance and update you on our enforcement actions. We will look at the lessons learnt from this, including the most common mistakes and how to avoid them. And we will highlight the recently launched ScamSmart campaign.
Neil and his team are responsible for engaging with employer... Read More
Industry Liaison Manager, The Pensions Regulator
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Head of Industry Liaison
Neil and his team are responsible for engaging with employers, pension providers, payroll providers and other suppliers of products, services and advice. Our aim is to help them fully understand the rules around workplace pensions – including their client's duty to automatically enrol eligible workers into a pension scheme.
Neil has over 30 years' experience in dealing with large companies in the private and public sectors. Neil has previously worked as a client director for BT and Siemens, and as a management consultant for PriceWaterhouseCoopers. Neil has a technology background in computer software engineering, gained after graduating from Exeter University with a Maths & Physics BSc.
Industry Liaison Manager
Rebecca, a member of the Industry Liaison Team, is responsible for engaging with advisers and other professionals supporting their clients' workplace pension duties. She also has extensive experience in the care sector, helping both employers and payroll service providers who handle Automatic Enrolment on behalf of their clients.
Rebecca previously worked in the financial services industry, specialising in pension advice and achieving a Diploma in Financial Planning. Rebecca has a background in education, gained after graduating from Bristol University.