Pros: every 2 wks, pay day equal free lunch at the lounge!
Cons: it's not easy to get 40 hours anymore and if you do, the benefits' premium have changed drastically. we are having to pay more monthly to be insured, it's awful.
It gets quite chaotic working at Whole Foods. One has to be ready and be positive when dealing with customers. You never know when someone will lash at you or ridicule you. You just can't take things personally. That by far is the hardest part of this job as a front end cashier, customers sometimes forget to respect and appreciate your hard work. Nonetheless, – more... it's great to work with people, we called it our team members. I enjoyed having my team leaders evaluate my work and my customer skills. It is a learning opportunity to have team members to work with you to ensure that you are at the speed and proficient level as they are. We are all reaching the same goal (s) and it's just wonderful to have a dedicated team to work with. – less