Welcome to a team of curious people with a passion for making homes – and the planet – better. Our vision is to create a better everyday life for the many people. And with the many people, we mean you. Co-workers. Customers. Suppliers, partners, peers – anyone who loves their home, in every sense of this word.
We call it tillsammans
Our culture is built upon enthusiasm, togetherness and a “get-it-done” attitude. As co-workers, we all play a part in the team. Alongside each other. Across roles and departments. And even around the world. We work together, tillsammans in Swedish, to find better ways and improve both our business and ourselves.
More than a job
We believe that even ordinary things can be a little more than people usually think. A cup of coffee is more than a drink. Your home is more than a house. Development is more than career. Uniform is more than just clothing. Co-workers are more than colleagues. And work at IKEA is so much more than a job:
Friendly colleagues. At work, we are more than just colleagues – we build meaningful relations, help each other and want to know each other better. There is no usual hierarchy structure, so we address each other in a simple you and all co-workers can freely access all managers.
Relationshipwith managers. Managers and co-workers are valuated based on their behaviour, being in line with the IKEA values. We have annual one on one talks dedicated to discuss not only goals and assignments, but also our well-being.
Equality. We ensure that co-workers in the same position get equal possibilities and pay, no matter the gender, age, etc.
Swedish traditions. We love combining work with entertainment. Join us in celebrating the Swedish Meatball Day, the Cinnamon Bun Day and other Swedish holidays, sharing news in the Good News Breakfast and enjoying fika together.
Salary. We monitor salaries in the market and seek to ensure that co-workers are paid competitively. When company achieves its goals, no matter in what department you are working, everyone who has worked a full financial year gets the bonus.
Sports incentive. We want everyone to feel fresh and healty both at work and in their free time. That's why IKEA makes sure that our co-workers could follow a healthy and active lifestyle by compensating part of their sports activities.
Discount at IKEA. IKEA is a great place to work for those who love furnishing their home. Our co-workers get a special discount for the latest collections, iconic products and other home furnishing solutions.
Free of charge treats. IKEA co-workers enjoy free fruit, vegetables, coffee and tea in the co-workers rest area. Every now and then we offer a little something extra because all good news and important milestones are worthy of a celebration.
Trainings and development. Various trainings from interior design to mindfulness to good sleep are available for all co-workers. We also encourage them to try different fields of responsibilities, e. g. Customer Relations specialists can try the functions of Logistics and the like.
Succession planning. Most of the IKEA managers have their successors, employees who participate in decision-making, work on projects together, and can take over managing if needed.
Safety as top priority. Evacuation, fire extinguishing and other special trainings happen on a regular basis for co-workers to know how to react in emergency. We also have a Team 500 (specially trained co-workers who can provide the first medical aid).
Sustainability. We seek to work in a way that is people and planet positive. We sort and recycle all food and logistics related waste, save water, and have our premises equipped with sensors that help save electricity.
Blue and yellow is the new black
What we wear says a lot about who we are. Co-worker clothing strengthens our brand personality and brings us together as many parts of the same IKEA team. This is why our top managers, office, store and warehouse co-workers all wear the uniform.
Our new uniform was created using the same democratic design principles as any other IKEA product – form, function, quality, sustainability and low price.
A combination of blue and yellow comes from the Swedish flag and reflects our Scandinavian roots. The blue base stands for long-lasting, hardwearing quality, while the yellow is highly visible and easy for customers to spot us across all meeting points.
Designed for wearing, tearing and recycling
Before the global launch, new clothing was tested in five markets: 400 IKEA co-workers were interviewed about their wishes and how their uniform could support their daily work and comfort.
Most of the garments are made of sustainable and natural fibres, with minimal waste of materials, water, energy and chemicals. The new uniform uses recycled polyester, cotton from more sustainable sources and Tencel, a fibre made of wood pulp.
All co-worker clothing is made to be recyclable when reaching the end of its lifespan. Easy recycling is enabled with limited amount of material types combined in one garment and reduced amount of details on the garments.
Would you like to try on the new uniform?
Go through a list of open positions, explore your possibilities and join us in making life at home better!
Work as IKEA sales consultant
Work in the sales department of IKEA is exciting and motivating. You can always expect a fixed hourly rate, lots of interesting trainings and of course daily Swedish fika with wonderful co-workers. Take a look at what benefits work at IKEA sales team has and join our team. IKEA is more than a place of work.
Work as IKEA interior designer
The interior designers at IKEA design the appearance of the IKEA store. And Let’s be honest, they also design the taste of the Estonian people. Take a look at what benefits work at IKEA interior designers team has and join our team. IKEA is more than a place of work.
Work as IKEA logistics co-worker
When working in the logistics department, you are one of our most important co-workers. A fixed hourly rate, the most modern tools, the opportunity to work on a flexible schedule and participate in interesting trainings await you. At IKEA, everyone is equal. People in the same position receive the same pay, regardless of their gender, age, or other factors. Take a look at the benefits available to you if you joined our logistics team. IKEA is more than a place of work.
Work as IKEA food handling co-worker
Working in the IKEA food and beverage department allows you to surprise our customers and colleagues with modern Swedish cuisine. We offer you high-quality kitchen equipment, a flexible work schedule, a secure salary, and, of course, various perks that are available for every one of us. It is possible to challenge yourself in different ways – you can work in the kitchen, at the checkout, or as a customer service co-worker. Take a look at the benefits of working in the IKEA food and beverage department and join our team. IKEA is more than a place of work.