Possible exemptions from auto-enrolment — DWP issues its response to its consultation
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has consulted on a range of proposed exemptions from an employer’s obligation to auto-enrol certain employees. These exemptions largely address scenarios where auto-enrolment can cause practical difficulties and/or make little sense to apply given the circumstances. The DWP has now issued its response to its consultation on these scenarios and has concluded that there is a case for introducing exemptions in relation to a worker…
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