IKEA
Happiness score is 57 out of 100
3.8 out of 5 stars.
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IKEA is still figuring out how to run smoother in the realm of Merchandising Basics. ( a broad job that checks stock levels, cleans/organizes areas, fills add on's, pricing tags,and generally makes the store appear to look full ) Managers give employees some of the responsibility traditionally given to Management only. Sales Steer should have the stock levels down, orders kicking automatically.Feel we do their jobs too frequently. Lead the ship and let us row.
Answered 17 April 2017
Proud.I started a journey opening a new store and it was one of the best work experiences I’ve ever had.
Answered 27 June 2018
Stressful and condescending.
Answered 29 January 2019
Fast paced, sometimes feels impossible to deal with particular issues within the workplace but rewarding.
Answered 13 October 2018
Busy times, dealing with customers who are impatient
Answered 17 January 2022
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