DC pensions – what is the point? The role of DC pensions in the modern workplace and the rise of the Master Trust

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Increasingly, employers are revisiting the social contract they have with their employees to ensure their culture and environment are ones in which employees can thrive. Against the backdrop of compulsory pension provision under automatic enrolment, and the changing dynamic of the workplace, we were keen to understand what employers actually want from their pension. Is it just a compliance obligation or should a workplace pension provide meaningful retirement benefits for staff?

The end of the automatic enrolment rollout represents the beginning of a new era for workplace pensions in the UK. With millions of employees’ futures now depending on their DC pensions, the stakes are high for all involved.

Our white paper, DC pensions – what is the point?, looks at the current role of DC pensions in the modern workplace. Read the report’s executive summary, or download the full white paper here.

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