Workplace Pensions law is changing. From October 2012, all UK employers have to act upon these changes.
With the first compulsory phase of auto-enrolment (AE) having already launched for larger firms, all other UK employers now need to take action and fully understand how the changes will affect them.
This was the second WebEx in a series of four on pensions auto-enrolment chaired by Andy Seed, Director of DC Solutions, with guest speakers;
- Charles Counsell, Executive Director from the Pensions Regulator (tPR)
- Charles Cotton, Performance and Reward Advisor from the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD)
- Vince Linnane, Chief Executive Officer from the Pensions Management Institute (PMI)
- Sarah Ruggles, Pensions Manager from FremantleMedia who is nearing implementation of auto-enrolment
KPMG Pensions has developed a four stage approach to help clients plan for and
manage the impact of Auto-enrolment. When implementing Auto-Enrolment
the key questions you should be asking are:
- What are your duties?
- Where are the gaps?
- What are the options?
- Are your systems ready?
KPMG can help you define your risks, and understand the current opportunities and issues.