What is Re-Enrolment?

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What is Re-Enrolment?

Every 3 years from their staging date or duties start date, employers need to re-assess workers who have previously Opted out or elected to leave the workplace pension more than 1 year from the re-enrolment date.

Any worker who meets the required assessment criteria for auto-enrolment then has to be re-enrolled in the pension scheme. These criteria are:

  • age 22 up to the State Pension age
  • earn at least £10,000 a year
  • normally work in the UK (even if they often travel to other countries)

Once the re-enrolment process has been completed, a Re-Declaration of Compliance should be filed with The Pensions Regulator within 5 months of the third anniversary of the staging/duties start date, whether or not new staff were added to the scheme.

Employers need to complete the Re-Declaration once the re-enrolment process is completed. Husky will complete the Re-Declaration on the company's behalf.


When is Re-Enrolment happening?

Husky will apply the three-year anniversary of the staging date or the last re-enrolment date as your re-enrolment date.  The pay period that contains this re-enrolment date will be assessed to determine any re-enrolment requirements. 

You can select another date within three months from the re-enrolment date. Husky will contact you explaining the process and you can let us know if you would like to change your re-enrolment date.


What do you need to do?

Husky’s auto enrolment platform will apply the re-enrolment requirements and ensure all applicable workers are correctly assessed for re-enrolment. You may wish to advise any workers who have previously Opted Out of the scheme that they may be re-assessed, however, any worker that is to be re-enrolled will be issued with re-enrolment communication at the close of payroll. Your Payroll should also be advised that you will be applying re-enrolment on the date specified above.

If you have any queries please contact us at support@huskyfinance.com.

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