Whole Foods Market
Happiness score is 53 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Jason Buechel
  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $12B (CAD)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
  • Headquarters
    Austin, TX, USA
  • Link
    Whole Foods Market website
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Rating overview

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Cashier in Toronto, ON
on 1 December 2022
I can be good sometimes and it can be bad sometimes just like many other places. Keep your head up and ask for what you need to be a better employee..
Produce Clerk in Toronto, ON
on 11 January 2023
Great summer/first job
Great job. No complaints. They paid above minimum wage and holidays and had employee appreciation days. Required to work either Saturday or Sunday usually.
Grocery Clerk in Vancouver, BC
on 2 January 2023
fun place!
Very fun environment good benefits and great 20% discount for groceries. All the team members who worked there were friendly and socialble! Felt like family
Cashier in Governor's Ranch
on 11 December 2022
Worst management ever experienced.
Don't work here if you care about your mental health. They treat their employees with no respect and make it virtually impossible to take time off. I had to talk to 6 different managers after submitting a coverage request 2 weeks in advance. They usually schedule only one cashier up front aside from self check out so you have a nonstop line for 8 hours by yourself. I was sick for two days and got written up. I was also accused of a no call no show when I had been there all day. You get an employee ID number and that's all you are to them. They are consistently disrespectful and don't care about your well being. Breaks are always late. Managers stand around and don't help with anything, they just watch you struggle and then critique what you're doing. If you care about your mental health at all - DON'T WORK FOR THIS COMPANY. Horrible experience overall.
Market Team Perishable Buyer/Specialist (Dairy Manager/Supervisor) in Toronto, ON
on 1 December 2022
Just a job
Just a regular grocery job. Struggling store, no sales, no raises, high turn over, management was mediocre. Very little room for advancement, very little support from people above store level.

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Interview is average
Process takes about a day or two

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Why do you want to work here

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What was there long term goals for growth. How to let.team members keep motivated as part of the growth.

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