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Why would I need to re-enrol a worker?

Sometimes a worker may end their contract and then start working for you again or you may have accidentally informed us that a worker has left employment. In these cases they’ll need to be re-enrolled if they’re eligible workers.

You’ll need to let us know if a worker has stopped working for you so we know not to expect any more payments for them. You can do this by choosing the option or reason ‘No further contributions payable’ in your contribution schedule. You can find more information about how to mark a worker as a leaver online by logging into your NEST account or by file upload.

If one of your worker’s enrolment was cancelled in error you’re legally required to re-enrol them. This is called automatic re-enrolment. You can find out more about automatic re-enrolment by visiting The Pensions Regulator (TPR) website.

Every three years you’re also legally required to re-enrol any workers who chose to opt out or cease contributions after your staging date. For more information please see How do I manage my three year re-enrolment duties?

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