TPR to prosecute firm for illegally opting staff out of pensions

Computer misuse charges

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The court case will take place on 7 June
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The court case will take place on 7 June

The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is to prosecute recruitment company Workchain and seven of its directors and senior staff for allegedly using a computer programme to terminate employees' workplace pension scheme membership.

The firm - formerly known as Smart Recruitment UK - has been accused of logging into its workplace pension scheme's online system using employees' personal details to terminate their membership. The...

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