Don’t avoid auto-enrolment obligations, warn employment experts

Recruiters who deliberately try and avoid their auto-enrolment obligations to their workers run the risk of heavy fines from The Pensions Regulator (TPR) – even prison.

The warning follows reports from earlier this week about action the regulator has taken against care staffing specialist SKL Professional Recruitment Agency Ltd and the agency’s Linus (Lee) Kadzere, who are accused of wilfully failing to...

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