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Working At Whole Foods Market

Zippia Score 4.5

Whole Foods Market

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Whole Foods Market Overview

Industry

Retailing

Organization Type

Private

Employees

> 10,000

Headquarters

Austin, TX

Website

careers.wholefoodsmarket.com

Website

careers.wholefoodsmarket.com



Founded in

1980

Revenue

> $1B

Key People

Jenny Davidson (Director Of Brand Marketing),
John MacKey (CEO),
John Elstrott (Chairman),
Francis Lo (Vice President, Human Resources),
Jason Buechel (CIO)

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About Whole Foods Market

Whole Foods Market Inc. is an American supermarket chain that specializes in selling organic products. It has 479 stores in North America and the United Kingdom.

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Whole Foods Market Inc. is an American supermarket chain that specializes in selling organic products. It has 479 stores in North America and the United Kingdom.

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What Is

Whole Foods Market's Mission Statement

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Whole Foods Market is a dynamic leader in the quality food business. We are a mission-driven company that aims to set the standards of excellence for food retailers. We are building a business in which high standards permeate all aspects of our company. Quality is a state of mind at Whole Foods Market.

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What is it like to work at Whole Foods Market

5.0

July 31, 2018 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

whole foods market is a good market with fresh foods and very friendly staff and a quiet clean atmosphere I love working here in the whole foods market. .. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

I don't like the managers they are very rude and disrespectful and take other staffs and managers side and never listens to you... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

I love the discounts .. Show More

5.0

July 31, 2018 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

The whole foods market is a great and clean fresh market with wonderful staff and my coworkers are very friendly and open and nice to each other. I love working in this fun and cool atmosphere. .. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

I don't like the managers in whole foods they are very rude and disrespectful and favor other employees and staff more than certain other staff and employees. .. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

I love the discounts .. Show More

4.0

July 24, 2018 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

Good benifits i liked working on my feet all day, staying shape. They do a great job of making you feel like you matter... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Long hours, terrible customers, bad parking, i had some less than good supervisors as well... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Discounted groceries, i liked a lot “spolied” food i like that
It was also very close to my home... Show More

1.0

June 19, 2018 on Zippia

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

It sucks!
June 18, 2017 on Reddit

do you want to start a union? does canadian whole foods have unions?

AFAIK, no Whole Foods have unionized - or even attempted to. I have worked at unionized stores in the past and, honestly, I'd rather work here. The company pays a better starting wage than most (about $2 above min. wage starting) and gives annual raises up to 7%. Additionally, full time employees get a pretty generous suite of benefits (the details of which we vote on every couple years). There are also a range of other services available to anyone, including an emergency fund (for team members in trouble), gain sharing, stock options, and free 24/7 counselling services. The corporate culture is mostly positive and a union simply doesn't seem needed or worthwhile. EDIT: In my experience, unions have been exploitative and wasteful. I'm sure there are good ones out there, but I've never been part of one.

Do all the teams get together before the shifts start and do motivating chants? Are you ever forced to work off the clock?

Haha, unfortunately not. At least not at my store. I don't think it would be possible, as it's a huge store and people start working at odd times throughout the day. We do have occasional (paid) "All Store" meetings where every employee comes in for management updates and a variety of training programs / activity stations. They last a couple hours and happen either before store opens or after it is closed. Working off the clock is not only frowned upon but pretty severely punished. If you are caught you could be fired. I have never done work off the clock and I don't imagine many do.

i'm an ATL in the UK region and have a question for you. Is you store fully staffed or do you find yourself doing a lot of unwanted overtime?

I don't personally get overtime as I'm not voted in yet but yes, everyone else does. We are constantly getting new people. There's high turnover in produce and grocery and they sometimes come to customer service. Even then, people are constantly doing overtime.

Why does almost every Whole Foods employee have tattoos? Given the company's attention to detail, I doubt that happened by coincidence.

We get branded upon hire. Just kidding. I think the reason why you notice this is because we hire people with many visible tattoos. We don't have to cover up tattoos unless they're offensive. The only place we can't have tattoos is our face.
August 8, 2015 on Reddit

What are the best perks of the job? How much do you make now? Can you afford to shop exclusively at whole foods?

Perks: starting pay is $11/hr, everyone gets benefits (dental,health,life insurance), paid time off, gain sharing, and discounts start at 20%. You can also transfer stores pretty easily after 6 months of working. People go state-to-state working at WF. Also your team begins to feel like a little community which is always nice. I make $11/hr. No. I don't really even shop at WF. I still live with my family so I contribute to the groceries if there are specialty items we want. Like our burgers are amazing and so are the brioche burger buns. I eat at work for lunch a lot of the time though. I don't really care to exclusively shop at WF though. I know one person at my store doesn't use their paycheck for anything but groceries. Kind of unusual.
August 8, 2015 on Reddit

ever work at a regular supermarket? any difference?

While I've never worked at any other grocery store, I know that one difference is our pay grade. Everyone starts at $11/hr which is generally higher than most other places. We really get taken care of as far as pay/benefits/discounts.

I've had this occasional dream to walk away from what I'm doing right now and open a butcher and deli shop. Have you ever considered doing something on your own, or know anyone that has? Success or horror stories?

I haven't tried to put any kind of plans into action yet.. but I certainly intend on it. My job with WFM has me in a pretty good spot, so I'm not trying to jump ship just yet.

How would a person with no training in this field become a butcher? What are your salary, hours, and working conditions like? What are the most common hazards as a butcher?

The only way I've experienced is the way I was 'raised' up in the meat department. Get a entry-level job - counter help, poulty worker. Time and hard work once you're hired. I don't know a damn thing about unions, but in my store, you start out at $10 an hour no matter where you work. An aprentice meat cutter can expect $12 an hour for the first year or so.. after that it's pretty much $1-$2 raise a year. Max is $25 an hour. I work no less than 40 hours a week - during the holidays its more like 60. Conditions are great, 48F winter and summer. Summers are especially nice! (Texas). Although, the corporate world these days is pretty tough. "More with less." Sales are up, labor % is down. Common hazards may include cuts (though we 'require' cutting gloves) and any work on the band saw is dangerous work.
September 14, 2011 on Reddit

Ever pick up any attractive women because of the job?

Yes. I work by a college and get a lot of rich girls numbers

do you find that any particular demographic favors the "health" foods? (older white women, younger latino men, etc.etc.?)

My store is in a young, hip part of town and most of our demographic is representative of that. However, our clientele is a fairly diverse cross-section of society, including many immigrant families who can't stand fake, American ***-food, older conservative people who feel that the products we offer are closer to what god intended or haven't been subject to as much tampering by the government and other agencies as the products in other stores, and lots of plain old upper middle class white people who live close by. I find that the "health foods," by which I'm guessing you mean things like kale, maca powder, goji berries, etc. are most popular with white people and mostly among younger and more athletic white people. I think that many white people, at least at my store, think that they are buying food that is special or superior to normal food and, because they have lots of disposable incomes and don't know much about nutrition or the research being done in the field, they tend to go for things that meet the latest dietary craze. Immigrant families, on the other hand, from countries as disparate as India, France, Sweden, the Philippines and China shop at WF because natural foods of this kind of quality, as opposed to the processed ***-foods in other American grocery stores, are standard where they come from and they want a taste of home. The short answer is that the young, white, upper middle class to upper class demographic favors "health" foods.
November 22, 2010 on Reddit

What was the hiring process like? Years ago I thought about applying for a job there but was turned off when I saw it said it would be group interviews and a probationary period after that.

I never went through a group interview. I'll be honest: the hiring process is riddled with nepotism and cronyism. I have a job there because my dad used to run the bakery at my store and asked the big boss to overlook the terrible score I earned on the job aptitude questionnaire test they give you when you apply online. That said, if you stand out and bug the *** out of them to look at your resume, you'll sit through two interviews. The first is with the team leader of the team hiring you. Each team in the store effectively does its own hiring. Then, you'll interview with the store team leader or one of the assistants. The power breakdown is actually fairly similar to the relationship between the federal and state governments in the US. Individual teams are largely autonomous and run their own departments, but the store management has oversight and, in some cases, the final say. The probationary period basically means that for about the first six weeks after being hired you don't really count as a team member. You have weekly performance evaluations with your team leader or one of the assistants, and about every six weeks or so the team votes on new hires. Basically the entire team, not just the leadership, has a say in whether you stay or go.

* Since WF tries to buy local, what are some foods which you simply can't get at your WF in Texas? * What does the gender breakdown of your client base look like? * Do you have a crazy story? * How long have you worked at WF?

1. To my knowledge, WF makes efforts to buy local, but is more than willing to ship things cross-country if they aren't native to Texas. 2. The gender breakdown of my store's client base is probably about fifty-fifty. 3. Once, the power went out to the entire strip-mall containing my store. The registers have a fifteen minute backup power supply, but after that its no dice. It was cloudy and already a little dark out when this happened, so the supervisors passed out flashlights and everyone frantically herded customers to the checkouts while covering frozen cases with tarps and checking the bathrooms for stow-aways. Then, we all got to go home because the power company said it would be a while before they could repair what had gone wrong. It was a good day. 4. I've worked there for almost four years.
November 21, 2010 on Reddit

Just ignore what they're buying. If you're a cashier, it's not your place to tell them anything except the amount of their purchase, and to have a nice day. If it really bothers you, you could always go work for another grocery store, but having lived in Texas most of my life, Whole Foods is the only grocery chain I've ever seen there on the "best companies to work for" list, so you'd probably hate it more.

Yeah, I know its not my place in that scenario to tell people what they should or shouldn't buy, although if they ask me about supplements I'll tell them that, as far as I know, they have yet to be tested scientifically. The job itself is great for what it is, I doubt I could have stuck it out for four years at a Kroger or something.

Whole Foods Market Employees

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Gender

Male

51.3%

Female

46.9%

Unknown

1.9%
Ethnicity

White

76.6%

Hispanic or Latino

14.4%

Asian

6.5%

Unknown

1.9%

Black or African American

0.6%
Languages Spoken

Spanish

64.5%

French

13.0%

Italian

3.9%

German

3.8%

Japanese

2.5%

Portuguese

1.9%

Chinese

1.6%

Mandarin

0.9%

Korean

0.9%

Russian

0.9%

Swedish

0.8%

Thai

0.8%

Arabic

0.8%

Vietnamese

0.6%

Hindi

0.6%

Wolof

0.6%

Hebrew

0.5%

Tagalog

0.5%

Czech

0.5%

Cantonese

0.5%

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Whole Foods Market Careers

Average Length of Employment
Costco Wholesale 3.1 years
Publix 3.1 years
Trader Joe's 2.6 years

Whole Foods Market

2.4 years
Starbucks 2.3 years
Target 2.0 years
The Fresh Market 1.7 years
Panera Bread 1.6 years
Google 1.5 years
Amazon 1.0 years
Top Employers Before Whole Foods Market
Walmart 11.4%
Starbucks 10.4%
Target 8.1%
McDonald's 6.5%
Macy's 6.2%
UPS 5.2%
Publix 4.4%
Kroger 4.3%
Best Buy 3.6%
Subway 3.6%
Walgreens 2.6%
H-E-B 2.5%
Top Employers After Whole Foods Market
Walmart 8.2%
Starbucks 7.8%
Target 7.2%
Amazon 6.3%
Best Buy 6.1%
Macy's 4.8%
FedEx 4.6%
UPS 4.4%
Walgreens 3.4%
Apple 3.3%
Uber 3.2%
Nordstrom 3.1%

Whole Foods Market Employees Education

Schools

Johnson & Wales University

8.0%

San Francisco State University

5.9%

Northern Virginia Community College

5.9%

University of Texas at Austin

5.7%

Delgado Community College

5.5%

University of Phoenix

5.4%

Miami Dade College

5.4%

Columbia College Chicago

5.3%

Santa Rosa Junior College

5.2%

University of Massachusetts - Boston

4.8%

Montgomery College

4.8%

Temple University

4.7%

University of Colorado at Boulder

4.6%

University of Houston

4.5%

University of Massachusetts Amherst

4.4%

San Jose State University

4.3%

Texas State University

4.0%

Essex County College

3.9%

Culinary Institute of America

3.8%

George Mason University

3.8%
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Majors

Business

19.2%

Culinary Arts

9.3%

Psychology

7.6%

Communication

5.7%

Graphic Design

5.4%

Criminal Justice

4.8%

Liberal Arts

4.6%

English

4.5%

Fine Arts

4.1%

General Studies

4.1%

Marketing

3.6%

Accounting

3.6%

Biology

3.3%

Management

3.3%

Computer Science

3.1%

Nursing

3.0%

History

2.9%

Political Science

2.8%

Photography

2.6%

Food And Nutrition

2.5%
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Degrees

Bachelors

40.5%

Other

31.4%

Associate

13.9%

Masters

7.1%

Certificate

5.1%

Diploma

1.2%

Doctorate

0.4%

License

0.4%
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Whole Foods Market Employee Political Affiliation

Democratic Party

85.8%

Republican Party

12.9%

Green Party

1.3%

Employee Political Donations

Name Job Title Party Donation
Walter RobbChief Executive Officer $170,954Democratic Party
John MacKeyChief Executive Officer $28,300Republican Party
JIM SudExecutive $5,500Republican Party
James SudExecutive Vice President $5,250Republican Party
Christopher NewmanExecutive $5,000Republican Party
Will ParadiseRegional Vice President $4,800Democratic Party
Paul HilliardVice President $4,700Democratic Party
Stewart BatsellManager $2,750Democratic Party
Marva PinedaFood Preparer $2,700Democratic Party
Katherine BaezaSales Clerk $2,700Democratic Party
Sarah ButtellBarista $2,359Republican Party
Jane StuartSpecialist $2,200Democratic Party
Janelle DaggettTeam Leader $1,762Democratic Party
Susan AndersenLawyer $1,700Democratic Party
Margot RothRisk Manager $1,425Democratic Party
Ryan IepsonButcher $1,208Democratic Party
Candice SewellServer $1,200Democratic Party
Michael ScottStore Manager $1,200Republican Party
Tracy StillwellFood Prep $1,000Democratic Party
Hicham AitoudraInformation Requested $1,000Democratic Party
Deborah SherringClerk $1,000Democratic Party
Alane SimonsExecutive $1,000Democratic Party
Kris CamposBaker $978Democratic Party
Robert MavisJanitor $962Democratic Party
Daniel SeamensProject Manager $950Republican Party
Paul ParkosewichTechnology Coordinator $850Democratic Party
IAN PowellProgrammer Analyst $850Democratic Party
Lisa CalkinsSupport Team Member $838Democratic Party
Corey SmithBakery Associate $828Democratic Party
Jessica DuffyCashier $823Democratic Party
Kirra PaskinsAccountant $777Democratic Party
Paul RabinATL $774Democratic Party
Mike RiceCreative Director $765Democratic Party
Alison Derick NorthcuttHuman Resources Manager $750Democratic Party
Hamid HajebianAnalyst $731Democratic Party
Evan KeyCashier $693Democratic Party
Robin NguyenClerk $681Democratic Party
Denise BlanyerCook $661Democratic Party
AMY GertzBuyer $637Democratic Party
Mary GrahamBuyer $600Democratic Party
Yvonne SohnStower $585Democratic Party
Amber VietorManager $556Democratic Party
Thomas DudaSupport Team Member $555Democratic Party
AMY EubanksChef $525Democratic Party
Sean ConnellyData Analyst $500Democratic Party
Christine FlorezManufacturing Team Member $500Democratic Party
Stephen GarrisonBuyer $500Democratic Party
Deborah GrojeanFood Prep $500Democratic Party
Leon BernsteinFinance Analyst $500Democratic Party
James GlasgowManagement $500Democratic Party
Rowshan BegumCashier $500Democratic Party
Julie SchiowitzSales $500Green Party
Michal SimpsonRetail $500Democratic Party
Rita RossonSupport Team Member $500Democratic Party
Erica DubreuilSenior Administrative Coordinator $500Democratic Party
Michanie Brown CrunkHealth Inspector Food $500Republican Party
Joseph SimonsDirector, Global Marketing $500Democratic Party
Matt RogersProcurement $500Democratic Party
Elizabeth WebberStower $500Democratic Party
Chad CreightonManager $500Republican Party
Bridget JonesFinance Director $500Democratic Party
Yasmin AblerTeam Leader $493Democratic Party
AMY SotoCake Decorator $460Democratic Party
Jeffrey BensonResearch And Development Technician $450Democratic Party
Eleanor KlimasTeam Leader $430Democratic Party
Brett McGrawChef $425Republican Party
John MaddenCashier $418Democratic Party
Michael KramerStore Development $400Democratic Party
Matthew RogersBuyer $400Democratic Party
George GrieciRetail $391Republican Party
Maria RaffaeleTeam Leader $375Democratic Party
Paul JorgensonInformation Technology Technician $375Democratic Party
Mark GarciaBaker $350Democratic Party
AMY ConawayCashier $350Democratic Party
Michael SchaffnerSupervisor $350Democratic Party
Sara HillIndustrial Garage Servicer $344Democratic Party
Judith GoldsteinSales $305Democratic Party
Jay ParksSupport Team Member $304Green Party
Joshua RunyanAssociate $301Democratic Party
Colton MeeksStudent $300Republican Party
Debbie CarterCashier $293Democratic Party
Leigh HoneycuttStore Team Leader $293Democratic Party
Karen DavisCommunication $277Democratic Party
Thomas CristoProduce Clerk $275Democratic Party
Denise BaptisteSales Person $265Democratic Party
Alejandro GutierrezBuyer $260Democratic Party
Tamzin TilleySign Maker $255Democratic Party
Andrea ByrnesCashier $251Democratic Party
Irma BuenoSales $250Democratic Party
Steven FaderManager $250Democratic Party
Chris SilvaTeam Member $250Republican Party
James BlattManager $250Democratic Party
Graham Cleary BudgeBuyer $250Democratic Party
Theodore MillerRetail Management $250Democratic Party
Carol PriceData Integrity Specialist $250Democratic Party
Jodie CareyTeam Leader $250Democratic Party
Marguerite SavageAccountant $250Democratic Party
Alexander NeeleyStore Manager $250Democratic Party
Liesel de BoorEducator $250Democratic Party
KAY TaylorChef $250Democratic Party
Robert PeppeySpecialist $250Democratic Party
Mark LeckerStore Team Leader $250Democratic Party
John MorganHuman Resources Coordinator $250Democratic Party
Brad NehlsManager $250Republican Party
Heather WainerPublisher $250Democratic Party
Zachary JohnsChef $250Republican Party
Jessica MarusakChef $248Democratic Party
Sally WartherBuyer $248Democratic Party
Leila McKennaTeller $238Democratic Party
Missy BledsoeBusiness Analyst $235Democratic Party
David RozanskyConcierge $234Democratic Party
Amber YoungAssociate/Team Lead $230Democratic Party
Leola Van SickleAnalyst $229Democratic Party
Bret McGrawChef $225Republican Party
ROY KoenigBuilding Manager $225Democratic Party
Brian LeeSales $223Republican Party
Chelsea AkinsCook $220Democratic Party
Takae AikoTeller $215Democratic Party
Gretchen Van NessSupport Team Member $211Democratic Party
Eugenie BolducTrainer $201Republican Party
Dana PetersProduce Buyer $155Republican Party
Daniel MaherGuest Service Supervisor $150Republican Party
Virginia McCarthyTeam Member $135Republican Party
Kevin LedbetterStore Team Leader $100Republican Party
Vincent ORRQuality Specialist $100Republican Party
Song KIMSpecialist $78Green Party
Pamela PerezCashier $70Republican Party
Mark RennieLeader $50Republican Party
Daniel TruittClerk $50Republican Party
Michael OrfanosSupervisor $40Republican Party
Evelyn Rodriguez LeonardFood Preparer $35Republican Party
David BerubeCustomer Service Associate $35Republican Party
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Whole Foods Market Salaries

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Data EngineerAustin, TX $102,500
Senior Database AdministratorAustin, TX $98,500
Senior Business AnalystAustin, TX $90,000
Senior Business AnalystAustin, TX $90,000
Senior Programmer AnalystAustin, TX $90,000
Senior ETL DeveloperAustin, TX $90,000
Marketing ManagerAustin, TX $87,360
Competitive Intelligence AnalystAustin, TX $87,360
Senior Software EngineerAustin, TX $83,000
Senior Software EngineerAustin, TX $83,000
Senior AnalystAustin, TX $82,500
Informatica DeveloperAustin, TX $82,000
Senior RecruiterEnglewood Cliffs, NJ $81,432
Database AdministratorAustin, TX $80,000
Programmer AnalystAustin, TX $75,000
Bilingual Administrative AssistantLos Angeles, CA $44,554
Executive Secretary, Administrative AssistantVernon, CA $33,301

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Awards From Zippia
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Other Awards
  • Fortune 500
  • Fortune: Best Workplaces
  • Fortune: Most Admired Companies

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Revenue

> $1B

Net Income

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Market Cap

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Total Equity

-

Total Assets

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