Ladbrokes has selected Legal and General (L&G) to provide its auto-enrolment scheme.
The bookmaker's 14,000 eligible employees with be enrolled into L&G's defined contribution master trust at the beginning of March next year.
This is one in a string of announcements for L&G which has seen workplace savings revenue rise by 189% of the back of auto-enrolment for retailers.
Ladbrokes pensions and benefits manager Phil Rixon said L&G's commitment to long-term partnerships and focus on retirement outcomes impressed him.
He added: "The appointment of Pitmans to the master trust's trustee board is further evidence of a compelling attitude to governance."
L&G development director for workplace savings Ian Foster praised Ladbrokes for its commitment to AE and its collaborative approach to the partnership.
He added: "I am confident that we are ready to meet the challenge of auto-enrolling thousands of eligible staff in a few months' time."
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