Welcome to the employers’ area for support and information to help you with the day to day running of the 2015 scheme.
We will continue to develop this website with information about the Scottish Teachers’ Pension Scheme 2015. Please check back here from time to time to find our updates.
We are currently developing some 'How to videos' dedicated to employers so watch this space for further updates. Please let us know if there is a specific topic you would like us to cover by taking our short survey. You can also help us develop your area by telling us what you would like to see here. Complete our survey
We have developed a short video to help you explain how the 2015 scheme works and how members of the STSS are affected – particularly those who are close to retirement. Running time is approximately eight minutes. Simply click on the graphic below.Watch the video
Prudential working in partnership with the Scottish Teachers' Pension Scheme
Prudential is the appointed provider of Teachers’ Additional Voluntary Contributions (Teachers’ AVCs) to the Scottish Teachers’ Pension Scheme. Prudential has been chosen by the Secretary of State.
Teachers’ AVCs are set out in regulation and are an integral part of the benefits offered to members to provide extra benefits in retirement. They are invested, so the value can go down as well as up and members could get back less than they put in.
Keeping your staff informed
It’s important your staff are regularly reminded of how they can improve their pension benefits.
Prudential can support your staff by providing information about their pension scheme and the options available to increase pension benefits, including Teachers’ AVCs through:
Variety of workplace communications.
Find out more about how Prudential can help you by visiting www.pru.co.uk/support. Alternatively, contact Robert Stormonth, your dedicated Client Manager on 01236 763486 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can raise awareness of Teachers’ AVC s with your staff by sharing Prudential’s leaflet by email or through your staff newsletter or intranet. You can find this leaflet at www.pru.co.uk/sixreasons