Research: 2014 Annual survey of hours and earnings: Summary of pensions results
This annual survey collects information on changes in all types of workplace pensions.
Download the ONS summary of pensions results 2014
The Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings is a key source of information on workplace pensions in the UK as it collects information on all types of workplace pension: occupational pension schemes, group personal pensions and group stakeholder pensions. The survey results are used widely in order to analyse pension participation and to monitor the impacts of pension reforms.
ASHE collects information on employee membership of the current employer’s workplace pension scheme. This does not include preserved rights in any former employer’s pension scheme or pensions paid by former employers.
ASHE collects information from employers on employee jobs, although they are referred to in this bulletin as ‘employees’.
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