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    Hi all. Hope this is in right place. I have worked for a electrical company for twenty years who employ around 20 full time staff. They do not offer a company pension. Does anyone know when they will have to automatically enrol us to a pension scheme, as they are been tight lipped and told us nothing. I appreciate all replies. Thanks
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    https://www.gov.uk/workplace-pensions/joining-a-workplace-pension

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    Hi all. Hope this is in right place. I have worked for a electrical company for twenty years who employ around 20 full time staff. They do not offer a company pension. Does anyone know when they will have to automatically enrol us to a pension scheme, as they are been tight lipped and told us nothing. I appreciate all replies. Thanks
    Originally posted by Sion2000
    Do you have your own pension ?
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