One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The action or practice of automatically enrolling someone as a member of a scheme, especially a company pension scheme, without that person's active authorization.‘companies with more than 120,000 employees were required to start auto-enrolment in the second half of last year’as modifier ‘the introduction of the new government-backed auto-enrolment scheme’
- ‘Although auto-enrolment began this month, it will be years before all companies use the scheme.’
- ‘The first 12 months of auto-enrolment passed by with few hitches.’
- ‘But plan administrators also have linked auto-enrollment to a decline in average contribution rates.’
- ‘Second, we must promote the auto-enrollment option for all retirement programs.’
- ‘One administrative feature which distinguishes participation rates at different employers is auto-enrollment.’
- ‘The bulk auto-enrolment will send New Zealanders a powerful signal to emphasise the point already made by generous incentives.’
- ‘For employers without auto-enrollment, only about 20 percent have comparable participation.’
- ‘The platform includes auto-enrollment in training modules, which helps ensure that users most susceptible to attack are being trained first.’
- ‘The auto-enrolment will mean poor people who shouldn't save will end up paying into a pension that is worthless to them.’
- ‘Under auto-enrolment, all employees in the country will automatically be given a workplace pension.’
- ‘Mercer also wants to see auto-enrollment extended to all employees - currently only new employees are auto-enrolled.’
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