At IKEA, our benefits are designed for the many.
That means that all of our co-workers, both full-time and part-time, hourly and salaried, and their dependents are eligible for at least a portion of our comprehensive benefit package.
We consider co-workers working at least 20 hours to be full-time, a threshold notably lower than the industry average among retailers.
Our benefits package, just one way that we aim to make IKEA a great place to work, includes the following and more!
• Competitive medical and prescription plan (for co-workers who work more than 20 hours/week)
• Generous 401(k), dental and vision plans
• Retirement plan called "Tack" (the Swedish word for "thank you")
• Tuition assistance
• Co-worker discount and meal deal
• Pet insurance
• Generous parental and paid-time off package
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“I think it's 15% for merchandise. You receive a discount at the restaurant, as well.”
“There is generous vacation time. ”
“robust dental and healthcare coverage.”
This year our health benefits increased in price and decreased in service.
Very good healthcare and dental, and contribution to the investment account.
Good pension, plus discounts at other retailers
Has 401K for even part-timers; gives stuff to employees sometimes on some special occasions; PTO is paid out for your last check; also has great sick time, holiday, PTO policy.
Amazing health insurance, lots of PTO, and sick time. Many benefits unheard of in retail today.
Medical and dental are very good and the money matching in the 401 K is decent as well.
Generous and comprehensive benefits package at all levels of Full-time (in-store) positions from coworker to steering level management.
Insurance is pretty good in IKEA.
Best benefits package, including medical insurance, 401k match, PTO
Great health insurance. Accrual based PTO. Extra benefits with third party discounts
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