UK employers must provide a pension for their employees and your employer has chosen the NOW: Pensions Trust (‘the Scheme’) to provide its workplace pension. This is to encourage you to save for your retirement.
If you’ve opted out of the Scheme or were never enrolled into it, every three years your employer is legally required to:
- check whether any employees qualify to be enrolled and enrol them if they are
- start making contributions.
The first re-enrolment date is around three years from when your employer originally set up the Scheme. The re-enrolment anniversary is every three years after that.
The re-enrolment requirements are set by the government and enforced by The Pensions Regulator.