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What counts as pensionable pay?

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Auto-enrolment
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Auto-enrolment
I receive a salary of £ 1775 per month plus a shift allowance of time and .33%.

Should my pensionable earnings include my shift allowance for at the minute it is only calculated from £1775 per month.
I am currently in the government workplace pension which my employer only pays the bare minimum which is required.
So basically im looking to know should my shift allowance be calculated in with my salary for calculating my workplace pension? :)
Surely your shift allowance is part of you basic pay am i correct?

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