Racing for the finish line - the comprehensive guide to workplace pension reform. Part three - administering the reforms



Employers in the UK will have to cope with major reforms to workplace pensions that will be implemented from October 2012. The reforms will affect all employers, irrespective of their size or type of business. For the first time, employers will have to automatically enrol certain workers into a pension scheme that meets certain quality criteria. And, also for the first time, employers will have to pay a minimum level of contributions.

The reforms are complex and present an array of issues for employers.

In this, the third and final part of our comprehensive guide to workplace pension reform, we focus on the administration issues that arise for employers and pension schemes when complying with their employer duties under the reforms.

For the latest news on workplace pension reform, visit Wragge & Co's dedicated micro-site.


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Ian Curry, associate, +44 (0)20 7864 9598,

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