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Let’s Play For Change – play is a basic need
IKEA and the IKEA Foundation are putting play at the heart of their Let’s Play for Change campaign and encouraging everyone to play more for a better everyday life. Play is so important that the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child recognises it as one of children’s basic human rights. Sadly, many children around the world lack safe spaces to play. IKEA Foundation is teaming up with six leading NGO’s on the topic to support children’s right to play and develop. As part of this campaign, the IKEA [store] will be turned into a fun zone for [x weeks] with lots of playful activities for kids and adults. We want everyone to join with us celebrating the power of play and the fundamental right of every child to play, learn, grow and have fun. So, come down and say yes to play!
Let’s Play for Change campaign encourages everyone to play more for a better everyday life and support children’s right to play and develop.
We stand for fair treatment, equal opportunities and every co-workers’ right to be themselves.
We take a stand for human rights
At IKEA we stand for fair treatment, equal opportunities and our co-workers’ right to be themselves. As a means of supporting human rights and equality, IKEA Group has endorsed and contributed to the UN Standards of Conduct for Business on Tackling Discrimination against LGBT+ people that was launched globally September 2017.
More about the IKEA view on Diversity & inclusion
We stand for fair treatment, equal opportunities and every co-workers’ right to be themselves.
Thank you, all great co-workers!
It’s the joint efforts of all our co-workers around the world that make IKEA what it is. The loyalty program Tack! is our way of saying thank you – for a job well done and for the contribution to our success now and in the future.
Workplace & Benefits
We’re ranked number one in the world on more sustainable cotton.
We’re leading the way on more sustainable cotton!
Great news! For the second year, IKEA has received the highest score for sustainability performance in the latest Sustainable Cotton Report - of 75 multinational companies evaluated.
“This ranking shows that we are well on our way, even if we all have to do more to transform the cotton and textile industry”, says Lena Pripp-Kovac, Sustainability Manager at IKEA Range and Supply.
SAGOSKATT – it all goes to charity
Meet SAGOSKATT, the result of an annual IKEA soft toy drawing competition involving creative kids from all over the world. The 10 most unique drawings were turned into cuddly soft toys. The entire turnover will go to charity to support every child’s right to play and develop.
SAGOSKATT is a soft toy drawing competition where it all goes to charity to support every child’s right to play and develop.
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The IKEA Concept
At the heart of the IKEA concept is our vision - to create a better everyday life for the many people.
At IKEA, we believe that design is for everyone. We strive to create products that are beautiful, functional, sustainable, high quality and affordable. Like the LISABO coffee table in ash veneer, winner of the international Red Dot award for design.
Democratic Design
We feel good design combines form, function, quality, sustainability at a low price. We call it “Democratic Design” - we believe good home furnishing is for everyone.
We believe in choosing materials responsibly, and we aim for renewable, recycled or recyclable resources whenever possible.
Choosing materials
We believe in choosing materials responsibly, and we aim for renewable, recycled or recyclable resources whenever possible.
A woman and a child playing happily in a METOD kitchen.
About the IKEA Group
We are a values-driven company with a passion for life at home. The IKEA Group has 340 stores in 28 countries (as of August 31, 2016).
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People & Planet
Working for a positive impact on people and the planet is about supporting a healthier and more sustainable life at home, using energy and resources in a more sustainable way – and taking responsibility for people and communities.
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Working at the IKEA Group
We believe that each and everyone has something unique to offer. So discover what it’s like to work at IKEA, and see our available jobs.
Two women inspecting an anthracite-coloured door front made from 100% recycled waste.
On the factory floor
We believe that good ideas can come from anywhere. Together with our suppliers, we always look for new and smarter ways of doing things.
Customers enjoy a cup of coffee and relax in an IKEA restaurant.
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