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Great values.
Human Resources (HR) Generalist in Montréal:
Pros: great values, team spirit, flex time, work from home, know the culture and employees well
Cons: hard to make changes to improve procedures
Benefits Specialist in Philadelphia:
IKEA is a great place. Co-workers are treated with respect. IKEA works hard to stand by its values. I think a lot of the co-workers who have never worked at another company have sense of entitlement.
Facilities Manager in Melbourne:
This was a surprisingly horrible place to work. The organisation does not effectively apply its values to the way staff are treated, the values actually function as more of a marketing campaign; marketing the organisation to co-workers and to customers. Some powerful people actually go against the organisations values. This was by far the worst employment I've ever had. This organisation really needs to put in place anonymised staff satisfaction surveys conducted by a third-party.
I get a mixture of being a cashier and being in returns and handling management like cases.
Customer Service Associate in Las Vegas:
Pros: The people
Cons: N/a
Not an easy job, but very rewarding.
Retail Merchandiser in Memphis:
Pros: My coworkers and the values that IKEA stands for. Even though it is very stressful at times, we all come together as a team.
Cons: I believe that we are underpaid, especially in my position at my store. We are the backbone but get treated poorly at times.
Overwhelming and confusing.
Team Leader, General in Butler:
Pros: Keeps me physically active.
Cons: Management and the lack of training
Not worth it.
Food Service Worker in Milwaukee:
Pros: The customers.
Cons: Management and lack of organization. Others not doing their jobs, which makes mine even harder.