The Pensions Regulator

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What happens if a member of staff who I've put into a pension scheme earns less than £192 a week (£833 a month) in a future pay period?

Once a member of staff has been put into a pension scheme, or has asked to join a scheme, they’ll remain a member of the scheme, whatever they earn, or until they choose to leave the scheme. In this case the scheme rules will say whether or not you will need to pay any money into the scheme.

Find out more if you have staff whose hours and pay fluctuates.

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