Shoe company left footing £42,000 AE bill from TPR

Failed to meet responsibilities to staff

Hannah Godfrey
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Charles Counsell: "We will use all the powers available to us against the minority who choose to ignore their duties."
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Charles Counsell: "We will use all the powers available to us against the minority who choose to ignore their duties."

High street footwear firm Johnsons Shoes Company has had to pay a £40,000 fine after failing to engage with its automatic enrolment (AE) duties.

The shoe firm was initially issued with a £400 fixed penalty notice from The Pensions Regulator (TPR) after it failed to comply with the law on the automatic enrolment of its staff into a workplace...

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