Help Centre for Employers

How do I postpone auto enrolment dates for individual employees?

If NOW: Pensions isn’t doing the assessment and postponement is being used for staff then you will need to populate the postponement date column. You need to keep this postponement date in the file until the employee comes out of postponement.

For example; if a postponement date is 31/12/2014, this date will need to be removed from the file once the date has passed.

If an employee is not in a postponement period, this column can be left blank.

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