Companies could require the help of people in accountancy jobs after the government announced the publishing of auto-enrolment regulations today (February 2nd).
Ministers hope that the package will help businesses put auto-enrolment into their pension scheme after clarification was sought in last summer's consultation.
Companies that are still struggling to grasp what they need to do could turn to the services of people in accountancy jobs to make sure they are set up correctly.
Minister for pensions Steve Webb said he welcomes the positive response to the consultation ahead of a big change in the pensions system.
"These regulations provide key legal requirements and guidance to help employers start enrolling their staff later this year," he said.
"Automatic enrolment can now begin and start a much-needed seismic shift in pension saving in this country."
It comes after the Financial Reporting Council said last month that new rules on economic reporting could create new roles in businesses.