We have grown, we are becoming more and more sustainable, more diverse and we are closer to our customers.
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Other non-financial reports:Non-financial report 2020
At IKEA we are strongly committed to Equality, ensuring that everyone who works here has equal opportunities. That's why we have the 1st IKEA Spanish Islands Equality Plan consisting of 126 measures.
We prohibit any kind of discrimination, so we persevere in offering fair treatment, we persevere in offering fair treatment regardless of race, ethnic origin, religion, gender, disability, age, sexual orientation, ideology or any other status.
We firmly believe in the professional development of people, regardless of their gender or sex. That's why we are committed to diversity, inclusion and equal opportunities for women and men. We know we still have a long way to go, but at IKEA we work every day to make it clear that we are all equal.
All employees have the opportunity to grow and apply for internal promotions to continue their personal and professional development.
We invest in the development of the people who work at IKEA, offering a variety of internal training programmes for those who want to learn new things and continue to grow.
As you may already know, IKEA's prices are fantastic. And they're even better for your co-workers. If you work with us, you get discounts when you shop at any IKEA shop in the world.
We want to celebrate our success together and enjoy the journey of constant improvement. That's why at IKEA, you'll experience celebrations of achievements and other events and receive unexpected gifts.
It's a Swedish tradition that IKEA puts into practice all over the world. More than a coffee break, "fika" is a time for sharing, socialising and relaxing with colleagues. This is when some of the best ideas are born and great decisions are made.