However, with the scheme, there are thresholds to bear in mind at which an employer is required to contribute, or not.
As a result, many of the four million so-called “multi-jobbers” – those with more than one job – working in the UK could be missing out on employer pension contributions.
Research from Scottish Widows have shown these individuals, and those in a similar position, are missing out on £76million per year in employer pension contributions in what is being dubbed an “unfair” system.
As a result, the organisation is now calling upon the Chancellor Rishi Sunak and the Government to scrap automatic enrolment threshold rules.
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