Every three years, those staff who ‘opted out’ of the pension scheme must be put back into a pension scheme where they will have the opportunity to opt out again if they so wish. This process is called ‘re-enrolment’.
Re-enrolment duties must be carried out around 3 years after the original automatic enrolment staging date. Your precise duties will vary, depending on whether or not you have staff to re-enrol, but regardless you will need to complete a re-declaration of compliance to inform the Pensions Regulator that you have met your duties.
The first step is to choose your re-enrolment date from a six-month window. Then you will need to assess your staff and then notify any staff that have been re-enrolled. Finally, you will need to complete your re-declaration of compliance.
You can find out more about re-enrolment at the Pension Regulators website