Automatic enrolment one year on — how are employers responding to the challenge?

The results are in from Eversheds’ ‘Automatic Enrolment One Year On’ survey.

Featured in yesterday’s Financial Times, the survey, which assesses how employers are responding to the introduction of automatic enrolment, shows that the majority of employers are finding the administrative burden connected with automatic enrolment to be their greatest challenge. 

Encouragingly, around 60 per cent of employers believe that automatic enrolment is a good thing for their organisations. However, more than half would like to see the legislation amended to make life easier for employers that want to automatically enrol all of their staff…

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