Windsor’s new Ikea pick-up point store hiring 35 workers
Ikea Canada president Stefan Sjostrand announces a pick-up centre opening in Windsor, Ont., on Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2015. (Christie Bezaire / CTV Windsor)
Published Tuesday, March 15, 2016 10:31AM EDT
Ikea is looking for about 35 workers for Windsor’s pick-up and order point location.
Company officials say the new employees will be welcome into an engaging environment with a strong focus on people and their professional growth.
Ikea, named by Forbes Magazine as one of the best employers in Canada, says it has several initiatives that make it a great place to work, including industry-leading compensation and benefits, co-worker discount program, interest-free co-worker purchase program and Group RRSP Contribution program.
Corporate press officer Stephanie Kerr says they will be sharing the official opening date for Windsor in a few weeks.
When the company made the announcement in October, spring 2016 was listed as the target opening.
The Windsor pick-up point is planned for the old Future Shop site on Walker Road. It will be about 35,000 square feet.
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