Not yet saving
A workplace pension is one of the most effective ways for you to save for retirement as both you and your employer typically pay in contributions to build up your pot.
Introduced in 2012, automatic enrolment required employers to set up a company pension scheme for their employees. Employers need to automatically enrol eligible employees and make contributions on their behalf. Even if you're not eligible for automatic enrolment you can still request to join your employer's scheme and if you pay in, your employer will normally contribute too.
Things to consider
Is a pension right for me?
Do I have to join my workplace pension scheme?
How do I join my workplace pension scheme?
Why have I been enrolled into my workplace pension scheme again?
Will the State Pension be enough for me in retirement?
How much can I save in my workplace pension?
Can I transfer other pensions into my Legal & General plan?
Can I cancel my plan?
Calculators and tools
Use our calculators and tools to find out what income you might need in retirement and whether you are on track.