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Great place to work while in school
Customer Service (Current Employee) –  East Palo Alto25 August 2014
I have worked there for a couple of years now and so far it has been goo. it works great with my school schedule and helps pay the bills. IKEA also has benefits at a part time level as well as pto!!
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fun place to work at for the most part
Carts CoWorker (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON20 April 2018
Most Enjoyable part of the job was that your coworkers are very friendly and also hard working.
a typical day at work for me was mostly slow during the week from Monday to Thursday but from Friday to Sunday would be very fast pace job on the weekends.
The hardest part about the job was having to help people who are very rude to you for no reason.
the Management was okay my team lead was the best but Management wasn't really up to par with most things with my department.
Pros
sometimes free lunches
Cons
dont get much help majority of the time
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Fast paced, good quality
Efficient Goods Flow Co-worker (Current Employee) –  Toronto, ON13 April 2018
My time working at IKEA has been a great one for sure. The team I work with is great, and the management is friendly. It is a family to be sure. The team is just the same, funny and enjoyable, hard working and dependable.
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