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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