The National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) has announced 11 more large employers are using it for auto-enrolment.
NEST will provide services to Barchester Healthcare, recruitment firms Brook Street, and Staffline, catering company Elior, cleaning and security services provider Emprise, elderly care services firm Housing 21, Iceland, brewer Marston's, the Midcounties Co-operative, restaurant and pub chain Mitchells & Butlers, which shut its defined benefit scheme in 2011, and RWE Npower.
NEST chief executive Tim Jones said: "We're delighted to be working with these employers. We are now working with well over 100 large employers who are affected by automatic enrolment during 2013, from a range of sectors.
"2013 is the start of a long journey. Automatic enrolment will take six years to introduce fully and this is the year in which we and the industry as a whole will begin to really get going.
"Making a success of that scale of activity is a formidable challenge in itself and it's where we at NEST will be focused throughout the year. These employers, along with NEST, other providers, advisers and payroll professionals, are in the frontline of implementing the duties in these first stages."
This comes after NEST announced it had won the contract with McDonalds to auto-enrol its 35,000 hourly-paid workers last year, as well as a host of household names such as Travelodge, the BBC and BT.
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