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9 April 2020

Does IKEA offer massages?

Pros

-Very cheap nice food for colleagues. Usually under £2 for an entire buffet meal -Perfect for 16-20 year old(s) as salary is around £8.75-£9 hourly! -Friendly co-workers and overall friendly management -Clean, tidy & organised place to put your personnel items and lockers available. -Great values and culture -Christmas presents (I got sony bluetooth headphones with 1 year free headspace). I also got massages from a therapist whilst at work during peak times!! Lots of stuff to go shopping for once shift is over.

Cons

-The contractors who handle taking things to the car for customers are a piece of crap and barley ever turned up -Working on tills will kill your back and legs as you have to stand the whole shift -Working on tills time can drag like crazy if its not busy -No Seats working on tills

Advice to Management

Give people some damn seats!

I also got massages from a therapist whilst at work during peak times!!

9 April 2020

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27 February 2020

Does IKEA offer dental insurance?

Pros

Decent medical, vision and dental benefits after first-year anniversary

Cons

Inconsistent hours resulting in unstable pay cheque

Decent medical, vision and dental benefits after first-year anniversary

27 February 2020

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25 August 2020

Does IKEA have a pension plan?

Pros

in terms of a company that actually looks after its employees IKEA is one of the best I've worked for. It pays the equivalent of the national living wage foundation which is a bit above national minimum wage, but not only this the benefits with the company are outstanding. A good pension system, solid in work benefits such as a subsidised restaurant, discount in shops and on sale items, good parental leave system, this list goes on we was even given a bonus for working over covid. Team leader and employees are some of the best people I've worked with

Cons

this isn't necessarily something others would care about but for me the nature of the company means the type of people working for it are very politically "left wing" which can be a bit unbearable at times if you're on the other side of the spectrum

A good pension system, solid in work benefits such as a subsidised restaurant, discount in shops and on sale items, good parental leave system, this list goes on we was even given a bonus for working over covid.

25 August 2020

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29 July 2019

Does IKEA offer parental leave?

Pros

Good pay, set schedule, lots of pto and generous sick time. Great maternity leave.

Cons

Restructured the company a few years ago and it’s terrible. Much less coworkers available to help customers. Lost long valued employees. Lost many opportunities for growth.

Advice to Management

Go back to the old company structure. Or bring in more opportunities for growth.

Great maternity leave.

29 July 2019

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11 July 2019

Does IKEA offer employee discounts?

Pros

Decent hourly pay for work being done, management is helpful, employee discount

Cons

Very physical work, long unconventional hours (overnight stocking)

Decent hourly pay for work being done, management is helpful, employee discount

11 July 2019

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44 English questions out of 44