Help Centre for Employees

When I was first enrolled I had special circumstances, why wasn’t I excluded from re-enrolment?

There are some specific circumstances where an employer’s duty to enrol an employee is changed to a choice. Unfortunately, we only know which of the employees have or haven’t been put forward for re-enrolment, not the reasons why. So we are afraid you will need to speak to your employee about this.

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Why isn’t my re-enrolment date exactly three years since my opt out date?

Is there anything I can do to prevent being re-enrolled?

Why have I been re-enrolled again even though I opted out?

Why didn’t I receive a postponement letter around my re-enrolment date?

Why doesn’t my enrolment letter tell me why I have been re-enrolled?

Can I opt out again after re-enrolment?

What does my employer have to do at re-enrolment?

I'm excited by the opportunity to help bring to the UK auto-enrolment market NOW: Pensions, a customer-friendly and responsive trust-based alternative to NEST and to contract-based offerings. — Chris Daykin, the former Government Actuary
NOW: Pensions' risk management and diversified growth fund are state of the art. — Win Robbins, former Head of European Fixed Income Barclays Global Investors
I am backing NOW: Pensions, the ATP project, because I believe it will encourage transparency, low costs and decent returns for millions of British employees. — Nigel Waterson, former Shadow Pensions Minister
“We were impressed with the simplicity of its scheme. The ease of implementation was also a big plus for us and has removed much of the administrative headache.” — Neil Tune, HR director at Fitness First
I've known ATP for many years and have enormous respect for the effectiveness of their investment strategy. I'm convinced that NOW: Pensions can become a major player in the UK and look forward to being a part of that success. — Chris Daykin, the former Government Actuary