Auto enrolment designer

Help and support

Auto enrolment is a huge challenge for employers. Use our design service to help them prepare while generating income for your business.

We've developed our designer to help you make the most of the auto enrolment opportunity. Use it to create reports and deliver services to current and prospective clients efficiently and profitably.

How does it work?

In the early stages you're in the driving seat. Use our designer to identify the staging date and review any existing pension schemes.

Then, our National Support Unit (NSU) will help you determine the duties the employer will have and design the right solution for their business.

A simple five step process

1. Gather client data

Use our fact find to gather the information you need about the employer when you need it.

2. Find out the staging date

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With only a few pieces of information create a comprehensive report telling the employer what they need to do and when, what will happen if they don't comply and how you can help.

3. Review current scheme

You can generate a report that compares the employer's existing scheme with the new requirements to build a clear picture of the work involved and the services you can provide.

4. Assess workforce

Our NSU will create a report that you can use to set out the duties the employer will have, the costs involved and how you can help manage those costs.

5. Model different options

Our NSU will help you model different design options and create a report that demonstrates the impact on the employer's business and workforce to find the right auto enrolment solution for them.

Find out more

For a personal demonstration or more information on how we can support your business with auto enrolment speak to your usual contact.

If you need help with assessing their workforce or modelling different options, we're here to support you. Contact our National Support Unit on 0345 60 40 800 or email

Last updated: 13 Sep 2016

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