Non-Eligible Jobholder

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Non-Eligible Jobholder - (noun)


In the UK a non-eligible jobholder is someone who doesn’t have to be automatically enrolled into a workplace pension scheme. These include workers under 21 and/or those whose earnings are below a certain threshold.


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Example of Use: If a non-eligible jobholder asks to join the pension scheme, the employer has to pay into their pension on a regular basis.