Pension reform will force employers to cut benefits

Jonathan Stapleton

Auto-enrolment will force small employers to reduce benefits and potentially freeze recruitment to meet rising pension costs, trade bodies have warned.

Speaking at a House of Commons work and pensions select committee hearing this morning, a number of employer organisations raised concerns about the level of costs for small and micro-businesses. ...

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