Almost 100 employers have signed up to use the National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) ahead of schedule.
This includes NEST Corp itself, which will offer its employees NEST membership before Christmas.
Various employers of different sizes are signed up to use NEST before auto-enrolment begins in summer 2012, and 25 firms are already using it.
NEST Corp's staff will also have access to a top-up scheme, provided by Aviva, for those who wish to pay in more than NEST's £4,200 per year limit.
Tim Jones, chief executive of NEST Corp, said: "We are choosing to use NEST in conjunction with a top-up scheme for our staff because we wanted to be a part of the high quality, low cost scheme we are working to deliver.
"We expect many medium-sized and larger employers to use NEST alongside another pension scheme in this way."
Almost 100 employers have so far signed up to use NEST ahead of the introduction of employer duties in 2012, NEST Corporation revealed today.
The Dorneywood Trust, an organisation set up to maintain the estate of the Dorneywood Estate, George Osborne's official country residence, has also signed up to NEST.
The Dorneywood Trust's membership of NEST was arranged by the employee benefits arm of Lighthouse Group in the first ever NEST scheme set up by an adviser.
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