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Answered 7 November 2022
What made you apply to ikea
Asked 7 September 2019
I heard it's co-workers were friendly and because I needed money
Answered 7 September 2019
No, but the discount is hardly anything to wright home about 15% at most
Answered 17 August 2019
I will do 15 hours but they have good money and work
Answered 14 January 2019
Apply with your CV and a cover letter which shows that you are an energetic, capable and friendly worker that is willing to learn. Being interested in Swedish culture may be a plus, but not necessary!
Answered 1 July 2018
IKEA doesn’t hire on experience or education. They hire on who you are, your morals, your demeanour and how those things line up with your values. Experience in the field you’re applying for is an advantage if it’s marketing or HR etc, but definitely not what they’re all about. IKEA have their own training programmes and a way they do things that is very different than any other retailer, they prefer in house training over anything you may have learnt before.
Answered 18 May 2018
4 days after the interview
Answered 9 May 2017
Just video call
Answered 6 April 2017
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