Does an employer have a duty to take any action if the earnings of an eligible jobholder who has been auto-enrolled into a qualifying pension scheme fall below the relevant auto-enrolment trigger?

Where the earnings of a worker who has been auto-enrolled fall below the earnings trigger for auto-enrolment, the pension scheme rules will dictate what action, if any, it requires to be taken by the employer. For example, the scheme rules may dictate that contributions are not taken even though scheme membership continues.