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LEBC partners with recruitment professional body

LEBC partners with recruitment professional body

National financial planner LEBC has partnered with the professional body for recruitment to help its members with auto-enrolment.

The partnership with see LEBC work with the Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC) on corporate pensions, help its members run their businesses and provide them with specialist advice.

Jack McVitie, chief executive of LEBC, said: "Ensuring a good pension is in place for all staff is one of the most important – and essential – benefits an employer can put in place. 

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"But it is not always easy, and we recognise the help employers need to put in place an efficient, smooth running and appropriate pension scheme.  We look forward to helping REC members and employers get that all important pension provision in place."

The REC represents businesses through its corporate membership and individuals through the Institute of Recruitment Professionals.

It has a partnership agreement with the Department for Work & Pensions to help get people into work.

Neil Carberry, chief executive at the REC. said: "As employers, recruiters need the right pensions advice, having LEBC as a business partner will help all REC members thinking about auto-enrolment pensions schemes for their staff.

"Pensions expectations on employers can be complicated, so it’s really important that recruiters talk to the experts. Connecting with LEBC’s UK-wide team offers our members tailored advice on the complex world of pensions.  

"We look forward to working with LEBC to enhance our specialist support offering to our members."

rosie.quigley@ft.com