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Who we are

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We believe that every individual has something valuable to offer.

We’re a diverse group of down-to-earth, straightforward people with a passion for home furnishing. We come from all over the world, but we share an inspiring vision: “to create a better everyday life for the many people”. How we realise this vision is based on our shared humanistic values. These values guide our work and build our inclusive, open and honest culture. It’s all based on a spirit of togetherness and enthusiasm. We work hard, but we have fun doing it. We’re always looking for people who share our positive attitude and values.
 

IKEA Key values

We believe that every individual has something valuable to offer and we strive to have the same values in the way we work.

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Togetherness
Togetherness is at the heart of the IKEA culture. We are strong when we trust each other, pull in the same direction and have fun together.
 
Caring for people and planet
We want to be a force for positive change. We have the possibility to make a significant and lasting impact - today and for the generations to come.
 
Cost-consciousness
As many people as possible should be able to afford a beautiful and functional home. We constantly challenge ourselves and others to make more from less without compromising on quality.
 
Simplicity
A simple, straightforward and down-to-earth way of being is part of our Småland heritage. It is about being ourselves and staying close to reality. We are informal, pragmatic and see bureaucracy as our biggest enemy.
 
Renew and improve
We are constantly looking for new and better ways forward.  Whatever we are doing today, we can do better tomorrow. Finding solutions to almost impossible challenges is part of our success and a source of inspiration to move on to the next challenge.  
 
Different with a meaning
IKEA is not like other companies and we don’t want to be. We like to question existing solutions, think in unconventional ways, experiment and dare to make mistakes - always for a good reason. 
 
Give and take responsibility
We believe in empowering people. Giving and taking responsibility are ways to grow and develop as individuals. Trusting each other, being positive and forward-looking inspire everyone to contribute to development.
 
Lead by example
We see leadership as an action, not a position. We look for people’s values before competence and experience. People who ‘walk the talk’ and lead by example. It is about being our best self and bringing out the best in each other. 
 
 
Read about how Ingvar Kamprad described IKEA values in The Testament of a Furniture Dealer (PDF)

 


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Most people see a cushion.

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“I see how working and learning bring people together.”

Samuel Blom
Operator, IKEA Industry

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“I see that when we do things that are good for customers and environment they are usually good for IKEA too.”

Hector Bianchi
Project Controller, Project Management

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“I see IKEA having the courage to innovate by using new materials.”

Bill Lo
Product Requirement Engineer, Design and Product Development

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“I see the warmth in how we interact with customers and with each other.”

Jackline Kibunja
Team Leader, Customer Relations

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