Legal Article - Employment Law

Time-off for Pension Scheme Trustees

Employees who are trustees of occupational pension schemes can take time-off for the performance of their duties and for training relevant to the performance of those duties.

The amount of time-off, the purposes for which it may be taken, and the occasions and conditions subject to which it may be taken are those that are reasonable in all the circumstances. Particular regard must be had to:

• How much time-off is required for the performance of the duties and the undergoing of relevant training

• The circumstances of the employer’s business and the effect of the employee’s absence on the running of the business

• The amount of time-off required for other reasons.

Published: 27 May 2011

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