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Stagiaire Ressources Humaines H/F

Strasbourg, Grand Est People & HR Full Time

Job description


As a person you are passionate about people and share a strong belief in individuals’ potential. You act as an ambassador for the IKEA culture and values and enjoy working with tactical and operational tasks in a vibrant and changing multi-dimensional environment. You are confident and competent engaging co-workers throughout the co-worker journey and the People & Culture year cycle – always with a strong customer and business focus and great awareness about how our retail environment is transforming. You know how to implement long-term plans according to set budgets and goals and you are co-creating strong co-worker relationships securing a healthy, safe and compliant workplace. You are experienced assessing, encouraging and ensuring co-workers´ performance against organisational and individual goals and know how to develop competence and leadership capabilities to live up to our customer promise. You accomplish goals, complete tasks, and achieve results. You know how to work independently, take own initiatives and responsibility. You express your ideas and opinions effectively in verbal and written communication and are able to interact and engage naturally with both managers and co-workers. You demonstrate deep knowledge of the IKEA corporate identity, core values and vision of creating a better everyday life for the many people. In this role you will work across multiple business units and you will split your time and presence between them. Local language skills and flexibility during local opening hours are a requirement.


In the role as People & Culture Generalist, you support the managers and co-workers in your units to be able to deliver results and to create an excellent customer meeting. You provide People & Culture subject matter expertise and ensure that the People & Culture strategies are put into practice. You will: • execute local People & Culture tasks according to common People & Culture processes and year cycles ensuring an excellent co-worker experience • support recruitment and onboarding of the right talents with the right contracts in close collaboration with the Market Area and People & Culture Delivery team • support building business competence, leadership capabilities and performance by setting relevant goals and ensuring learning and training together with the Market Area team • secure engagement and retention by understanding the working conditions in all functions and taking action together with the Co-Worker Experience team • contribute to administrative processes and coordinate between multiple national and regional supporting teams, as well as acting as a speaking partner for external partners and authorities • act as local People & Culture point of contact supporting co-workers and leaders with everyday people related questions and challenges • ensure local employer communication is consistent, well perceived and builds on the IKEA brand • implement a co-worker relations plan that effectively manages all local interactions with co-workers and ensures that all areas in the unit work with the labour relations principles and uphold local policies, procedures and laws In this role you will report to a Unit People & Culture Manager


IKEA is all about people, and our team make sure to bring the best people on board to keep our strong spirit of togetherness. We believe that different experiences and backgrounds collectively make us wiser and stronger, and we ensure that our co-workers bloom into their best selves as they contribute to our business.


This position is classified as Group 9 and is located in Plaisir. The expected starting date is November 18, 2019 If you have specific questions related to the position please contact


We welcome applications from throughout INGKA group. We will prioritize applications which fulfil the majority of the requirements. In this application process we welcome your application by using your Talent Profile, which you will find on IKEA Inside. Please complete and upload a Talent Profile as your CV (don’t upload anything under “personal letter” or “attachment”). Thanks for NOT uploading or emailing any other documents. We’ll appreciate your application as soon as possible, but please no later than 6.00 PM (CEST), September 29th. Interviews are planned to be held between next September 9th and October 4th. They may be conducted over SKYPE (if needed to reduce travel). Due to the tight timeline, invitations to interviews will most likely be sent out with short notice and we truly appreciate your cooperation & understanding for this. If your current position is affected (eliminated) due to the Lead, Work and Organise transformation you will be invited to an interview for at least one of the new roles you apply for. Please note that you will not receive an instant automatic reply when submitting your application since the applications are processed manually. If you don’t receive a confirmation within three working days from the time you have submitted your application please contact If you have any concerns or questions about the recruitment process please don't hesitate to contact us at the same email address as above. Warmly welcome with your application !