At IKEA, we believe our co-workers deserve a wage that allows them to meet the needs of their life. This is why we use Fair Wage and living-wage as reference points when determining pay. In addition, our benefits package is just one way that we aim to make IKEA a great place to work. We offer competitive health care plans for co-workers who work a minimum of 20 hours per week, 401(k) plan, an additional retirement plan called “Tack”, Tuition assistance, co-worker discount, co-worker meal deal, generous paid-time off package.
Everything! They provide great benefits for part-time employees.
IKEA has one of the best benefits.
There isnt anything i can say bad about the benefits they offer even for a part time job.
Benefits at IKEA is superior to any retail company and rivals big corporations as well. PTO for part-time employees, you'll accrue roughly 0.05 hours of PTO for every hour you work. Full-time goes up to 0.07-0.09 PTO hours for every hour, and they never expire. You get 30 hours of sick time every year, and even when you run out you can use PTO hours for sick time with no consequences (unless its used at an excessive amount). Dental, medical, and vision are all a part of the benefits package as well. They offer 5-6 months of paternity leave to both males and females. And you don't have to take it all at once. You can spread out the leave time, but have to use it within a year of the first leave date. Employee discount is 15% off all products and when a product is on sale, your discount is applied on top of the sale price. IKEA offers tuition assistance to all workers as long as the degree you are working towards can be applied to a position within IKEA. For example, if you're a biology major, their assistance program will not help you, but if you're in Marketing or Finance they will.
The benefits at IKEA never did me wrong. It was $100 per ER visit, $25 per general doctor visit, and $35 per specialist visit. It cost me about $160 a month. PTO is kind of hard to accrue, but most of their benefits get better the longer you work there.
Health insurance is fantastic! Great, affordable coverage. Tuition reimbursement has helped me graduate school and PTO and sick time allow you to have a great work/life balance!
The overall benefits are very good.
The 401k is great for families the health insurance will help a lot of us that can't get health insurance
The best part about working for IKEA is the benefits. We have great medical, dental, and vision. Also you can get short term disability if you are out for a short time. They offer adoption assistance as well.
Great benefits with a good amount of vacation time and matching 401k
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.