Breakfast Briefing: How to make sure you're meeting pension requirements

12 June 2014 by
Breakfast Briefing: How to make sure you're meeting pension requirements

Caterer and Hotelkeeper is holding a free Breakfast Briefing with operators on hand to explain how to prepare for auto-enrolment.

Taking place at the Dorchester hotel in Park Lane on 20 June, the breakfast event will address the major changes taking place in the world of workplace pensions.

Next month is a key staging time for small companies, so this session will help businesses identify their staging date and begin to prepare for a smooth transition into pension provision.

Operators including the Dorchester Collection's HR director Sean Wheeler will set out how they have prepared for auto enrolment, while pensions experts will explain how to ensure your employees receive the benefits they're entitled to.

Speaker Russell Davidson, from Davidson Asset Management, said: "The penalties for not complying with automatic enrolment are, quite simply, scary. After an initial fixed fine of £400, daily fines will follow if compliance is not achieved within a 30-day window and the rates range from £50 per day for the smallest employers to £10,000 per day for the largest."

Caterer and Hotelkeeper group editor Mark Lewis added: "With major changes taking place in the world of workplace pensions, and significant fines for operators if compliance with auto-enrolment is not achieved, operators must understand exactly what's required of them. This free morning session will provide all the tools hospitality businesses need to ensure their employees are receiving the benefits they are entitled to."

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