What is it like to work at IKEA?

3.8Work/Life Balance
3.6Job Security/Advancement
Generally speaking: a good company to work for.
Written by Sales Assistant (Current Employee) from West Thurrock and South Stifford on 17 July 2018
IKEA wants to look after its workers, ultimately that's what all of the companies values are about, lower level management can be poor but this is the same every where you go, working with the public is also difficult at times but it does come as part of the package for working in retail, some of the hours are difficult as they run late or very early - more ... but for those who do not mind shift work the job is a good one, the company does genuinely care about the people who work within it at all levels and takes into consideration the environment and everyone's opinions as often as possible, it has a l ... - less
Prosvery cheap food on site, large and luxurious staff room including games room, paid for training and meetings, National Living wage employer
Conshours can be anti-social, little flexibility in changing shifts.
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