Work Based Pensions

24th August 2016

Auto-Enrolment: Are you prepared?

Auto-enrolment is looming for many small employer’s now, with the next staging date of 1 October 2016 fast approaching. Are you prepared for the complexities that come with Auto-enrolment?  Although many software providers cater for this now, often understanding the legislative details can be a minefield.

Through our Ely Payroll department and our sister-company, Whiting & Partners Wealth Management, we can help with the day-to-day running of your payroll, pension scheme and processes required for Auto-enrolment.

Please contact either Julie Quayle, Payroll Manager, or Lisa Searle, Payroll Supervisor by email: payroll@whitingandpartners.co.uk or by telephone: 01353 662595 for further details.



 
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