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IKEA Sales Representative hourly salaries in Canada

Salary estimated from 4 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.
Average salary
$13.26 per hour
17% Below national average
Salary Distribution
$12.02
$14.63
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4.0
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Great company with great people
I worked in self-serve warehouse (sales). The tasks are fairly simple, yet very repetitive. The job can be very demanding and exhausting, especially on peak sales days. You are constantly on your feet moving around and lifting boxes, as well as helping customers find their desired products. Teamwork is essential in order to keep everything under control, so you must be able to communicate and work well with others. From working over a year in this department, I learned a lot about time management, working under pressure and being dependable for my team. It was an extremely valuable experience.

The management in self-serve is amazing. Extremely reasonable, compassionate and flexible with hours (which is very helpful for students). The employees (throughout the whole store) are overall genuinely nice and hard-working.


IKEA is a great company to work for because they truly care about their employees. No matter which department you apply for, it is definitely worth putting in an application.
Pros
Clean & modern staff quarters, great management, great people, great benefits, employee discount, flexible scheduling
Cons
Long hours, constant movement, repetitive and exhausting tasks, stressful.
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3.0
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It's fun until...
I am a former IKEA coworker who has been in the company just over 10 years. I've worked as a cashier and sales (market hall & showroom). Over the years, I've seen the stages of changes. And I must say, unfortunately, the spirit of the store is going lower and lower.

At the beginning of my IKEA journey, the management has been great - they were understanding and somewhat informative. The store keeps you up to date how the store is. But being as a cashier 4 years, due to retail environment, it was difficult to have a work-life balance. But one thing I must say is the cash dept is really close to one and another. The cashier family culture was top notch - i miss that dearly.


For the rest of the years as sales, you learn a lot of skills such as how behind the scene is, how to deal with customer situations - the people skills. Sales coworkers who are on the floor with other depts are mostly good and very helpful to one another. Unfortunately, managements are favoritism. I was given hopes to advancement within the dept, but none has happened over the year; hence, more and more coworkers has left the company. As such, my motivation to work has declined more and more over the years.


I would say overall, it is a great company to start - great benefits, great people, great food. IKEA is a great stepping stone to start your job as retail and may branch off to somewhere else (IKEA looks great on resume). But in a long run, I would say current management has a lot of damage control to take care of...


All in all, customers/friends asked me why did I stayed at IKEA for so long,
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Pros
$4 lunch, great people, great benefit
Cons
no work-life balance, management needs to be improved
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4.0
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a decent place to work at
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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How much does a Sales Representative make at IKEA in Canada?
Average IKEA Sales Representative hourly pay in Canada is approximately $13.26, which is 17% below the national average.
Salary information comes from 5 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.
Please note that all salary figures are approximations based upon third party submissions to Indeed. These figures are given to the Indeed users for the purpose of generalized comparison only. Minimum wage may differ by jurisdiction and you should consult the employer for actual salary figures.