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The NHS Pension Scheme Employers' Charter outlines the requirement for NHS Pensions and employers to work in partnership to deliver an effective scheme for both employers and members.
The charter is designed to inform employing organisations of their responsibilities and should be relevant to board members, chief executive, directors and pension/payroll managers. It is each organisations responsibility to make sure that the key information and activities set out in the charter are adhered to. Effective delivery of the pension scheme at a local level enables NHS Pensions to continue to provide a reliable, efficient pensions service for employers and members.
The charter is jointly produced by the Department of Health, NHS Employers and NHS Pensions after consultation with local pension administrators, HR representatives and regional workforce directors.
Following the implementation of the new NHS Pension Scheme on 1 April 2015, NHS Pensions have re-published the NHS Pension Scheme Employers' Charter in consultation with the Department of Health, NHS Employers, NHS Pensions, local pension administrators, HR representatives and regional workforce directors.
The charter is a living document so if you have any feedback please don’t hesitate to contact NHS Pensions at email@example.com.
If you would like more
information on the NHS Pension Scheme, please see our NHS Pension Scheme web page.