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Our workplace

IKEA co-workers in a meeting

A diverse workplace where you feel a sense of belonging

Working at the IKEA Group means that you are part of an inspiring, fun, and fast-paced environment. We’re the world’s largest home furnishing retailer, with more than 137,000 co-workers and operates in 3o countries, but we value working in a diverse and inclusive environment. Here you can always be yourself – in fact we actively encourage it!

At IKEA, we invite you to bring your whole self to work! We respect each other, our differences, and are curious and open-minded. So no matter where you work in the world, you’ll most likely rub shoulders with a diverse group of people – with different backgrounds, skills, and with positive attitudes.

We provide equal opportunities in recruitment and development to all people – regardless of age, gender identity, sexual orientation, physical ability, ethnicity, race, nationality, religion, or any other dimension of their identity. We believe that creating an inclusive workplace is everyone’s responsibility.

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IKEA co-workers having a coffee break

Working with us has its rewards

We believe in people. Each of our co-workers brings their unique ideas and talent to work every day – they are what makes IKEA great. We want to make sure every co-worker feels welcomed and valued, and has the opportunity to develop their potential. Because when our co-workers grow, so does IKEA. So no matter where you are in the world, you’ll have a variety of benefits. Here are just some of them:

  • IKEA co-workers working in the store

    Bonus programme

    The One IKEA Bonus programmeis a bonus system for all IKEA Group co-workers, based on performance. It is based on our values of simplicity and togetherness, with everyone in the same unit working towards the same objectives. Sharing goals helps us to work together as one IKEA.

  • a photo collage of different IKEA co-workers

    Co-worker loyalty programme

    Tack! is our way of showing appreciation to our co-workers for their loyalty to IKEA and their contribution to our continued success. Through Tack! (which means ‘thank you’ in Swedish), co-workers receive an additional contribution to their pension funds. All eligible full-time co-workers within a country receive the same amount, regardless of their unit, position or salary.

  • An IKEA co-worker at IKEA self-service

    Learning and growing

    We invest in our co-workers’ development by offering a variety of internal training programmes –for those who want to learn something new and grow. Every IKEA co-worker also gets the opportunity to create a development plan. Together with your manager, you set goals for the coming year and the future.

    Available jobs

  • The Living wage

    The living wage

    As a values-driven organisation, we believe in providing a meaningful wage to our co-workers that supports the cost of living and this is why we were the first large retail employer to commit to paying the Living Wage and becoming and accredited member of the Living wage Foundation.

    £8.45 outside London (From: 1st of April)
    £9.75 London rate
    (For all ages)

    Find out more about the Living wage foundation

Silhouette of an IKEA product representing a work area

Most people see a mug.

Image of IKEA co-worker David Johansson

“I see a global company that still thinks locally.”

David Johansson
Product Developer, IKEA Food/Restaurant

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Image of IKEA co-worker Sofie Johansson

“I see no gap between managers and co-workers.”

Sofie Johansson
Exchanges & Returns, Customer Relations

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Image of IKEA co-worker Josefin Matsdotter Berggren

“I see IKEA helping to improve what people are best at.”

Josefin Matsdotter Berggren
Interior Designer, Communication & Interior Design

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Image of IKEA co-worker Stefania Nervi

“I see a manager who always has time for me.”

Stefania Nervi
Global Content Catalogue Specialist, Marketing and Communication

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Image of IKEA co-worker Tobias Johansson

“I see benefits that are equitable for everyone and that’s impressive.”

Tobias Johansson
Analyst, E-commerce

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