Consultation outcome

National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) Order 2010: proposals for amendments

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

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Government response to consultation on amendments National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) Order 2010

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Detail of outcome

Like the respondents, we believe that these amendments to the NEST Order are necessary to ensure that NEST continues to operate effectively as automatic enrolment rolls out, providing clarity and certainty to NEST and the employers and members who will use it.

Original consultation

Summary

This consultation sought views on the Secretary of State's proposals to align the statutory framework for NEST with changes to automatic enrolment legislation.

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Consultation description

This consultation sought views on the Secretary of State’s proposals to make a range of amendments to the National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) Order 2010, to ensure that NEST operates efficiently and to align the statutory framework for NEST with recent changes to automatic enrolment legislation.

Documents

National Employment Savings Trust (NEST): Proposals for amendments to the NEST Order

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Published 30 October 2012