Along with some success, IKEA faced some problems in terms of business ethics. IKEA is also known as the rule breaker. As the part of rule breaking company, IKEA can repackage the current remunerations or welfares and provide to the customers in diverse ways. Moreover, IKEA also faces certain ethical issues due to which the organization is unable to make good decisions for customers. The complex organizational structure is regarded as one of the ethical issues. The corporate structure of the emprise is run by the private company, such as Dutch non-profit. The organization also faced some problem in relation to poor rules. For instance, there are some workers, who wanted to work overtime for gaining additional benefit. However, the working limit in IKEA is eight hours, due to which the corporation faced the ethical issues with these workers (West, Ford, & Ibrahim, 2015). It means IKEA does not give the value to the interest of workers, which implies the company is unable to make the effective decision for the improvement of work performance. Another ethical issue with respect to business is that IKEA majorly provides the fewer amounts to the workers of US rather than its own. This is the result of poor performance of workers and poor delivery services. These ethical issues had negative impact on the business of IKEA and for these various reasons, the corporation is not able to make good decisions and it turns to make the bad decision.