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.
Be yourself – your uniqueness makes IKEA better!
We believe that everyone has the right to be treated fairly and be given equal opportunities. That’s why we work actively to create an inclusive environment where every co-worker can contribute to the business, by being themselves.
We believe that every individual has something valuable to offer and we strive to have the same values in the way we work.
LEADERSHIP BY EXAMPLE
Our managers act according to IKEA values, create an atmosphere of well-being and expect the same from co-workers.
CONSTANT DESIRE FOR RENEWAL
We know that adapting to customer needs with innovative solutions contributes to a better everyday life at home.
TOGETHERNESS AND ENTHUSIASM
Together, we have the power to solve seemingly unsolvable problems. We do it all the time.
Low prices are impossible without low costs, so we proudly achieve good results with small resources.
STRIVING TO MEET REALITY
We stay true to practical solutions to develop, improve and make decisions based on reality.
HUMBLENESS AND WILLPOWER
We respect each other, our customers and our suppliers. Using our willpower means we get things done.
DARING TO BE DIFFERENT
We question old solutions and, if we have a better idea, we are willing to change.
ACCEPT AND DELEGATE RESPONSIBILITY
We promote co-workers with potential and stimulate them to surpass their expectations.
We take an easy-going, straightforward approach when solving problems, dealing with people or facing challenges.
CONSTANTLY BEING “ON THE WAY”
We review what’s done today and ask what can be done better tomorrow, so we can find new ideas and inspiration.