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No pension at all?!

Discussion in 'Independent' started by Purdster, Mar 14, 2019.

  1. Purdster

    Purdster New commenter

    I have an interview at a local private school but I've heard from a friend who works there that they've recently announce they are not going to be paying ANY pension contributions at all in future.
    Is this normal or indeed legal?
     
  2. Hil2009

    Hil2009 New commenter

    Very unlikely if they want any staff! Like many independent schools I expect they are looking at what their provision will be as most are expected to come out of the TPS.
     
  3. caterpillartobutterfly

    caterpillartobutterfly Star commenter

    They will possibly not be paying into the TPS, but all employers must offer a pension scheme to all employees.
     

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