The following Pensions precedent Produced in partnership with Wyn Derbyshire of gunnercooke LLP provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
The following pension clauses set out the pensions information to be included in an employment contract, depending on the type of pension arrangements offered by an employer to its employees.
This Precedent is suitable for use by an employer required to comply with the auto-enrolment regime, save where otherwise indicated.
The pension clauses are:
Clause 1: automatic enrolment into the employer’s occupational pension scheme (defined benefit or defined contribution)
Clause 2: automatic enrolment into a group personal pension scheme
Clause 3: automatic enrolment via the employee’s personal pension scheme, where the employer makes contributions to that scheme
Clause 4: a statement that the employer will comply with its obligations in relation to auto-enrolment
This Precedent is prepared on the basis that the drafter is acting for the employer.
Clause 1—automatic enrolment into occupational pension scheme
If you are eligible, the Employer will enrol you automatically into the Employer’s occupational pension scheme in accordance with its obligations under Part 1 of the Pensions Act 2008. Details of the scheme will be provided when you join the scheme. If you do not decide to opt out of automatic enrolment:
you will be required to make pension contrib
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