Pension Auto-Enrolment

Help for employees

Your employer may have automatically enrolled you into a workplace pension scheme. Once enrolled, you, your employer and the Government all contribute to your pension pot, which you can take when you retire. 

Not enrolled?

Only ‘Eligible Jobholders’ are automatically enrolled into a Qualifying Workplace Pension Scheme.

An Eligible Jobholder is someone who is aged 22 to State Pension Age and earns more than £10,000 per year.

However, if you are a Non-Eligible Jobholder, you may still opt in to the workplace pension should you wish.

An ‘Entitled Worker’ can be enrolled but may not receive contributions from their employer.

Auto Enrolment Eligibility Categories

Our workplace pension schemes

If you are a member of a TPT Retirement Solutions scheme, you can click on the link below to find out more about your scheme and the benefits it provides. Your employer can tell you which scheme of ours you have been auto-enrolled into.

Go to schemes

Looking for further information?

You may find the information sources from The Pensions Regulator useful if you are an individual employee looking for information on workplace pension issues such as auto-enrolment, potential pension scams or other pension options. Check whether auto-enrolment affects you. 

Pensions Regulator

Don’t want to be enrolled?

Don’t Want To Be Enrolled?

When you are automatically enrolled, your employer will give you notification of your one month opt out period.

If you opt out within one month, you will be treated as not having joined the pension scheme and any salary deductions will be refunded by your employer via payroll.

If you leave the Scheme later than one month after your enrolment, the payments already made may not be refunded and may remain in your pension pot.