Powering up your clients’ workplace pensions

26 November 2020
We’ve made it easy for your clients to engage their employees in their workplace pension.

Research shows that 72% of employees are not actively engaged with their workplace pension, and that 28% admit that they never review their pension and try not to think about it at all.1

We know your clients will want their employees to see the benefits of their investment in them and understand what a valuable asset their Royal London pension is. To help we’ve developed a toolkit with some key materials and campaigns your clients can download which aim to improve their employees' pensions knowledge and understanding.

Making it easy

Each campaign in the toolkit encourages their employees to take some simple actions helping them to keep their pension on track, learn more about how pensions work and set some retirement goals.

Suggested campaigns

To keep employees engaged and on track for the retirement they want, we’ve started off with materials for five suggested campaigns:

  • How your pension works – Helping employees find out more about their pension.
  • The secret life of pensions - A campaign to help employees understand what happens to their pension contribution after it leaves their pay packet.
  • Keeping an eye on things - Letting employees know of the different ways they can keep up to date with their pension plan.
  • Single contributions – Information on how employees can make the most of tax relief with a single contribution into their pension plan.
  • Passing your pension on – A reminder to employees to let us know who we should pass their pension on to after they’re gone.

And we’ll be regularly updating the toolkit with more materials and campaigns throughout the year.

Take a look

Your clients can download the toolkit now to get started. It also sits on their employer hub where they can also find a range of other support materials to help them make the most of their company’s workplace pension.

 1. Atlas, 2018 ‘Why engagement needs a reality check’

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The Royal London Mutual Insurance Society Limited is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority. The firm is on the Financial Services Register, registration number 117672. It provides life assurance and pensions. Registered in England and Wales number 99064. Registered office: 55 Gracechurch Street, London, EC3V 0RL.