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I will be a team player work hard and assist the customer and fulfil their needs! Also go above and beyond to give great customer service etc

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IKEA is still figuring out how to run smoother in the realm of Merchandising Basics. ( a broad job that checks stock levels, cleans/organizes areas, fills add on's, pricing tags,and generally makes the store appear to look full ) Managers give employees some of the responsibility traditionally given to Management only. Sales Steer should have the stock levels down, orders kicking automatically.Feel we do their jobs too frequently. Lead the ship and let us row.

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Yes, IKEA goes on face value. You are trained there and if you really do not like it there or they feel like you are doing poorly then you can leave or they will fail your probational period

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Anywhere from 40% to 150% depending on store targets.

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Depends on the management, has the potential to be a rewarding job if you receive the required training and support

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15% off throughout the year, with the occasional annual offer of 30% off during a promotional period (usually around November time - when you receive your bonus, if you get one)

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Are you prepared to step into any position within the store.

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Christmas eve and Christmas day IKEA is shut and so we get those off, however co workers have to either Boxing Day or New Year Day.

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Last Friday of every month - which means sometimes you have to make four weeks pay last for five weeks on months where the friday is the last day of the month. There is usually about 3-4 five week months in a year (bonus when you get five weeks pay for the following four weeks though!).

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