IKEA-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: Charlotte, NC
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IKEA provides an overall great place to work. The area I work right now is full of awesome people, however the time of the day of our shifts and the amount of hours per day are tough to deal with.
I worked in self serve and working for Ikea was very stress at Ikea Charlotte and Coworkers where all about looking after them self. The customers where very rude acted half the time like kids when products where out of stock due to Ikea not keeping up with demand of the customer and they where mean customers where when you try to explain the policy of Ikea. Management not very helpful and the team in self serve charlotte does not work as a team when it comes to helping out with the daily needs of the department they culture is to leave one co worker to run the whole floor and take care of returns why they just disappear to who know where. products are very heavy in self serve and customers want you to lift they things and break your back why they just stand there posing nor do the co workers help one another to help with heavy items. I did not enjoy ikea charlotte 067 because of ikea I have neck pain and my shoulder hurts just all the time.
IKEA was great in the beginning but with the change in management things shifted quickly. They often talked about advancement but that is unrealistic, managers often do not want you to switch departments and are very lazy. It is stressful and the manager of the the food department is a liar and loves to create drama which made work tense and just aweful. High turnover
Pto and sick time
Micro management, drama, inconsistency
IKEA is a good place to work especially for college students. Just like any other job it has its ups and downs dealing with customers and coworkers, but it is still a decent place to work. Only negative thing I can really say is that it makes it hard to have a life outside of work sometimes because of the needs of the business.
Short staff and working weekends
I worked for IKEA for 5 years and it was a great place to work, Good benefits, good atmosphere, great people and overall good management. I had to leave because I was looking for a full time position.
low pay rate- mostly part time
IKEA is a company strong in values. They are very much interested in their co-worker's happiness, environmental sustainability, and woking good for the many.
annual bonus, annual raises, store discount, paid time off, good benefits
Ikea is a great company that cares about its workers. It is a great opportunity, which offer many opportunities for career advancement and encourages creativity. As an employee at Ikea you will be treat extremely well and all you coworkers will be friendly and inviting. A typical day consists of first cleaning and organizing your register, to prepare for the day. Then helping many customers find product as they checkout, and inform them about the many deals Ikea offers. Also seeing a handful of day-to-day customers mixed with a variety of new comers.
The average work day consists of helping customers obtain their furniture, resolving problems, and setting up deliveries. Ikeas management is decent, most co-workers are great people and the environment of the work place takes some getting used to.
Really takes care of its employees
pay is not hgh enough for the amount of work expected
A typical day at work for me varies since it's retail company. I can say that it's extremely fast paced and a high volume store. Through my development I learned a lot about being proactive (even through years to come), seeing ahead with the daily trends, and how to manage/lead people. My coworkers are great. The hardest part of my job is definitely the schedule. I work predominately weekends (95% of them), my schedule is different everyday of the week, and it's tough to manage along with my outside life. I am looking to finally have a consistent, set schedule Monday-Friday (1st shift hours). The enjoyable part about my job is that they strive to take care of the employees with excellent benefits, yearly parties, and the opportunity to travel within the company. Overall I can't say anything bad about this organization as it has given me a lot for over the past 8 years. However, I am ready to find something with a set schedule during the week without hindering my growth within a company so that I can also grow within my personal life.
employee benefits, traveling with the company for years
my work hours change daily, always work weekends.
I loved working at Ikea. They gave Company parties, free lunches in summertime. Some managers where good people to work for and easy to get along with. They let you and your coworkers solve problems before bringing it to management.
free lunches, company parties, holiday gifts
hard to make fulltime
Working at IKEA is great and it is a very fun place to work. The great thing about IKEA is that you can travel anywhere in the world that you would like. Also the health insurance is some of the best in the world in my opinion and its very affordable. The benefits overall are excellent.
Coworker Credit Purchase
Not a lot of weekends off
IKEA is a place where you will have to work hard or you will quickly be dealt with. I managed to hold the job for nearly 2 years because of the hardwork and effort I put into it. But realized that the overnight shifts were not for me.