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Reassure your clients with top AE tips from another employer

Are your clients worried that automatic enrolment will be too complicated? You can help set their minds at rest by showing them this video

In it, we talk to the owner of a residential care home in Eastbourne, who explains how he managed the automatic enrolment process. 

After initially worrying about getting it wrong, he now feels confident about what he has to do, and how automatic enrolment benefits his employees. 

Watch the video and get some real life top tips from someone who’s already been there on how to make automatic enrolment run as smoothly as possible.

Stat of the month

We’re writing to 20,000 employers in March about their re-enrolment duties. Make sure you’re up to speed with re-enrolment by visiting the dedicated adviser section of our website.  

Did you know?

Communicating with  staff at the correct time is one of your clients’ legal duties. Some employers have been writing to their staff before their staging date, but the correct time for this task is within six weeks after the staging date. 

Find out more about what communications their staff need to receive, and when.

Do you advise clients in the care sector?

We’re hosting a free special webinar for professionals in the care sector on 22 March at 2.30pm. Our technical AE experts will be joined by Sue Bott CBE from Disability Rights UK and Christopher Brooks from Age UK to answer all your sector-specific questions. 

So if you work with payroll bureaux, local authorities, clinical commissioning groups or other support organisations, register now

Register now for free HMRC online meetings on AE and re-enrolment

Please join us on 17 March for our first joint TPR/HMRC Talking Points online meeting for advisers. Our expert team will be on hand to answer your questions during two sessions. 

The first is from 12pm to 1pm, and covers all aspects of supporting your clients through automatic enrolment. The second, from 2.30pm to 3.30pm, focuses on re-enrolment, where you’ll be walked through the process, how to choose the right date, and which staff need to be automatically re-enrolled. You can register for either one or both sessions. 

Please note this event is run by HMRC and by registering for this event you are agreeing to HMRC data terms and conditions.

Register for the automatic enrolment online meeting.

Register for the re-enrolment online meeting.


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