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Hello my name is Ross and I can help with this matter.
I have read your issue can you tell me what your question is specifically please.
I think you are right that they are trying to avoid getting a fine, they can range from £400 up to around £10,000.00. He will be offering to pay it to you to avoid the fine. You could ask for additional compensation but I think you would have to justify what you are asking for as he is looking to give you what you are due. This is really a personal choice no what you want to do. Whether your employer is fined or not wont have any effect on what you are due so it is really up to you how you want to move forward with this.
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Well as I said it is entirely up to you. Your options are either report the fact that he has not made pension contributions, accept the payment he has offered, or go back to him asking for a little bit more. The decision is entirely yours.
Yes, in a way. It doesn't sound as though there has been a legal discrimination in relation to your autism, and if he has corrected the underpayment then you can't take legal action for this. In light of how bad you have been treated then you may wish to go back and make a counter offer to him, however, again, this is entirely up to you.
Yeah, 4% is about standard, so I would go back to him and tell him that you want more money to cover this. You can also explain to hi that you know that he should have legally enrolled you and that you have taken advice on the matter.