Miss H’s complaint is upheld and, to put matters right, the Employer shall ensure that all unpaid contributions are paid into the Scheme. The Employer shall make sure that Miss H is not financially disadvantaged by its maladministration. So, it shall arrange for any investment loss to be calculated and paid into the Scheme.
The Employer shall also pay Miss H £1,000 for the serious distress and inconvenience caused to her.
Miss H has complained that the Employer, despite deducting contributions from her pay, has failed to pay these into the Scheme.
Miss H has said that the missing contributions amounted to £1,689.02.
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