The Swedish chain IKEA has announced that it will maintain jobs for employees in Russian factories for the next twelve months. This is reported by TASS with reference to the words of the organizer of the union of forest industries Alexander Illarionov.
“Meetings were held in Novgorod, Tikhvin and Vyatka. All employees signed a schedule for the next three months and were given guarantees that this condition would be maintained for the next 12 months. The next three-month schedule will have a “week by week” format, Illarionov said.
The unionized workers added that employment for the coming year is one of the new terms of the agreement with the owner. Also, starting in 2023, employee salaries will be indexed at 3%.
Previously, IKEA showed ads in the style of Tim Burton’s Wednesday series. The campaign came out with the subtitle “Find your Thing” (“Find your Thing”). The footage appeared on social media from the company’s British branch.