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Fun workplace
Smaland/ Greeting Coworker (Former Employee) –  Port Moody, BC21 August 2017
Enjoyable workplace if you enjoy working with children. Nice and helpful coworkers. Flexible schedule and fun job. Sometimes busy but has quiet times.
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Great Place to work
Aftersales Team Lead (Current Employee) –  Etobicoke21 August 2017
Overall great place to work. My day of work is to get all coworkers ready for the day. Resolve any complicated issues. Complete all administrative as well as working in a fast pace busy environment.
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Great company that values people
GOODS FLOW MANAGER (Former Employee) –  Etobicoke, ON14 August 2017
Everyone has opportunities to grow if you put the effort in to steering your personal direction. This is a necessary part of every co-workers annual focus. IKEA has a saying: When you grow, IKEA grows.
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super fun and fast paced work placce
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) –  Vaughan, ON9 August 2017
best part of the job was working with customers and making sure they had everything they needed to put together their new furniture pieces and decorative items- most difficult was dealing with irate customers however this was never an issue
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Great place to work
Collaborateur Sortie des marchandises (Former Employee) –  Boucherville, QC6 August 2017
Great place to work. Full insurance for a small fee. A lot of vacations you can take. Employee cafeteria. Great furniture store comes with good discount.
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nice workplace
Loss Prevention Administrator/Agent (Former Employee) –  Winnipeg, MB29 July 2017
its certainly one of the best companies to work with.
excellent work culture, ethics and excellent co workers to work with
good work and life balance.
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Ikea
KITCHEN\SALES MANAGER (Former Employee) –  Vaughan, ON13 July 2017
IKEA is a culture driven company with lots of training. Staff are fun and easy going. Over all Great place to work.


I enjoy my time with this company
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Easy job, horrible management
Replenishment Associate (Former Employee) –  Burlington, ON2 July 2017
All night shift work, learnt to check inventory, management was very bitter, and too much micromanagement. not left to do our jobs in peace. hardest part of the job was waking up at 2am to go in for 3am
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reduced meal costs
Cons
night shifts
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Great Workplace
Cuisinier, Plongeur (Former Employee) –  Boucherville, QC25 June 2017
Great workplace, great benefits and great people, loved working there. Ikea is a great company that employs a lot of diverse people and creates a great sense of community within the workplace
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a decent place to work at
Sales Co-worker (Former Employee) –  Edmonton, AB24 June 2017
the job was overall enjoyable, but the management and the pay is the disappointing part of it. the atmosphere feels a bit like high school at times and some management are not the nicest
Pros
4 dollar meals
Cons
management and pay
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Productive and fun
Restaurant attendant (Former Employee) –  Ottawa, ON21 June 2017
Working There is great it can become hectic during the weekends due to having most of the clients being free and willing t stop by the restaurant during the weekend but everyone no matter what their job is would help. They are also ready to let you train in what you are willing to take on. The only problem is the hours are not always clear for everyone specially if you are part time.
Pros
Cheap lunch and reductions on purchase
Cons
Shifts Management
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Super fun and supportive team
Part Time Coworker (Current Employee) –  Winnipeg, MB30 May 2017
Never had a job who cared so much about you as a person and it was especially surprising how such a big company like ikea would have time to do so. The management team is strict but understanding and my direct supervisor always made sure that everyone's schedules and needs were met to the best of her abilities. It is a really great place to work and everyone works together for the greater good.
Pros
Fun environment, fast paced, cheap food
Cons
Busy, independent work
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summer party
Cash Supervisor (Former Employee) –  North York, ON15 May 2017
Ikea is a good place to work and treats its coworker great.everybody is treated equal, fun place. has good benefits for part time and full time worker.
Pros
free lunch, bonus
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fun place to work
Sales Associate (Current Employee) –  Calgary, AB14 May 2017
really great company, really great values, generally everyone that works there is nice. of course it is a retail job so there are customers that you have to deal with and other cons but that is any retail job. IKEA i would say is one of the better retail jobs to have. So if you have your heart set on retail or are just looking for a job to pay the bills IKEA is good place to apply at.
Pros
cheap lunch, good perks
Cons
customers
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Standout business with phenomenal benefits
SALES SPECIALIST & HOME FURNISHING CONSULTING (Former Employee) –  Ottawa, ON11 May 2017
IKEA is one of the best organizations I have had the privilege of working for. Every decision they make is thoroughly thought out and executed with little difficulty. From upper management to part time sales, everyone receives exceptional benefits package. Every role at the store level is provided with a degree of autonomy that allows each individual to feel a sense of ownership and purpose in the workplace. They are a global leader in sustainable business which is one of many reasons to feel proud that you work for the brand.
Pros
Benefit package, pension plan, long term career opportunities, well organized
Cons
Shift work
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Excellent people, management, and work was fun.
cook (Former Employee) –  Ottawa, ON6 May 2017
IKEA was a place where they would listen to your input as a worker. It's a place that is always trying to make itself better and they invest in their employees to do that.
Pros
Great workplace, care about the employee.
Cons
location was difficult to get by bus.
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Fun work place with good management
Packaging and picking orders (Current Employee) –  Mississauga, ON5 May 2017
it is a neat and clean and safe workplace to work. I have learned to drive order-picker machine which is very helpful to work in a warehouse. Management team is very great and helpful and they always appreciate to workers. this is multicultural workplace. there is sometime is very heavy lifting only that's sometimes hard otherwise okay. i enjoying that job because nobodies bother.
Pros
they provide all kind of fresh fruits and free coffee everyday
Cons
give overtime if you want
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Great working there
Carts Co-Worker (Current Employee) –  Ottawa, ON2 May 2017
I've worked at IKEA for 3 years now and it's still amazing. I love it there and the benefits are a nice bonus. The people are friendly and you get to have a great working experience.
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Okay Place to work
CUSTOMER SERVICE- PART-TIME CASHIER (Former Employee) –  Burlington, ON27 April 2017
It wasn't overly all bad. I learned a lot of valuable skills. The best skill learned was learning to deal with multiple customers at once. I wish management was more cohesive.
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Fun place with lots to do
Self-Serve Associate (Former Employee) –  Calgary, AB26 April 2017
typical work day consisted of
- daily stock intake
- customer assistance -> placing together customer orders
- cleanliness of floor
- occasional building of display products
- placing products out on the sales floor
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