Your employees will, quite naturally, have questions about auto enrolment and how it will affect them.
As their employer you will likely be the person they turn to for information.
As a responsible business owner, or manager, it is important that you effectively communicate with your staff throughout the entire process.
Legally you are required to write to your employees to explain how auto enrolment works and the impact it will have on them financially.
However, I believe there are other things you can do to help your employees understand the changes, the timeline and what auto enrolment means for them now and in the future.
Business First Network can help you communicate with your staff and explain in clear layman’s terms the ins and outs of auto enrolment.
Although ultimately this is your responsibility, we are more than happy to help guide you through the process.
There are also other factors to take into consideration regarding this communication. For example, the law states that you must provide this information to your employees either by written letter or email within six weeks of your staging date.
I ask you to also consider that the time this step may take to complete can differ from company to company. It does depend on your circumstances.
Download our free Guide which will tell you everything you need to know about complying with regulations and keeping your staff informed and up-to-date.
If you have any questions about providing employee communications or would like to know how Business First Network can help you through this process.