I've just received an job offer for a job I'm very keen to take. However, the details in the offer letter state that the company will only start pension contributions "on reaching the age of 30, with one full years service".
Does this seem unusual? It is a FTSE 250 company with a good reputation...I didn't think that companies stipulated when they would contribute to pensions based on age? I'm still young and this could mean me potentially working there for 9 years without pension...
Advice would be greatly appreciated.