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New animation and supporting resources online, plus a LinkedIn Q&ASix million workers now automatically enrolled

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New animation: Duties Checker

We’re always reviewing the automatic enrolment communications we provide and the way we deliver them to you. With this in mind we’ve produced an animation that tells you about our ‘Duties Checker’ tool and what we’re asking your clients to do.

duties checker

The Duties Checker helps employers work out what they need to do and by when, and by asking a few simple questions ensures they only complete the tasks relevant to them, to comply with the law.


Watch the animation that tells you about it in more detail. We’ll let you know when our next animation for business advisers goes live shortly.

Stat of the month 


New research shows that around half (ranging from 49% to 53%) of business advisers, such as accountants, bookkeepers and payroll administrators, felt they were only partially able to answer client queries about automatic enrolment.


However, confidence was higher among IFAs at 73%. Make sure you don’t get left behind - our automatic enrolment guide for business advisers will help you answer your clients’ queries.

This month’s hot topics

This month the top three questions we were asked by employers were as follows. Click on the question to find the answer. 



Automatically enrolling directors

Due to changes in regulations, employers can now decide whether to enrol a director who is a worker for AE purposes.

A director is only classed as a worker for automatic enrolment purposes if they have a contract of employment and at least one other person in the company also has a contract of employment. None of the other rules around directors have changed.


Find out more here


Join us on 26 April for a LinkedIn Q&A

Please join us on LinkedIn from 10-11 am on 26 April, where our team of automatic enrolment experts will be online and ready to answer your questions. In order to participate, you’ll need to register to join our LinkedIn group before the Q&A and post a question in the same way as you would start a discussion.


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