Whole Foods Market
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Whole Foods Market Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    John Mackey
  • Founded
    1980
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than £10B (GBP)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
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Jobs

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Planogram & Ranging Specialist

London

9 days ago

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Meat and Sea Food Team Member - 24h a week (temp. 4weeks)

London

8 days ago

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Health & Beauty Category Manager

London

9 days ago

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Store Support Supervisor - 40h, Mat. cover ( April 2021 until June 2022) in Richmond

London

11 days ago

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Full-time
Baker, Full time 38 hours - High Street Kensington - £10.50 to £13.50

London

30+ days ago

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Salaries

Salary estimated from 82 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Retail

Cashier
£10.65 per hour
Cashier/Sales
£22,667 per year

Food Preparation & Service

Server
£3,000 per month
Head Chef
£31,177 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 11.5K reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Customer Service Team Member (Temporary) in London, Greater London
on 1 March 2021
Your team makes it fun!
This job isn’t amazing, and the upper management are meh, and some days will be quite stressful. However, I worked with the best bunch of people and made a ton of new pals out of it. The work isn’t necessarily very hard (once you get to know your fruit and veg) but it can be quite busy. There was no sense of cliques or toxicity amongst regular staff which is refreshing and we all got along. There are some weird rules in place, and they seem to fire and hire new people quite often. However there is definitely worst jobs out there.
Cashier in Kensington, Greater London
on 1 October 2020
They want you to be a smiling robot
Worst company I’ve worked for and I’ve worked in a few places. Some supervisors are nice but everybody wants to stab you in the back because they want to be the next supervisor. No team spirit.
Pastry Chef in London
on 24 September 2020
Good for year or two...
The work at whole foods market was good in the first 2 years. Then the management changed and everything changed. They start to saving money on people and fire them. So work for two people need to be done by one. Also is very hard to grow because they prefer people from outside insted a very qualified person with long experience from the store. They don't appreciate your work. You are doing your best but they always will find something on you.But if someone doesn't care and want to work on one position probably is a good work for you and it's good paid compere to other jobs offer.
Team Leader in Kensington and Chelsea, Greater London
on 23 August 2020
Good
Good team members Good salary Good training Flexible hours Eco friendly Sustainability Charity Career development Good employment contract Health and safety
Cashier/Customer Service in High Street Kensington Station
on 31 May 2020
Dynamic and changeling work place.
Daily interactions with different people from different cultures and with backgrounds make my job very interesting and dynamic, where I never get bored. I improved my communications skills, I learn how to communicate with customers and team members, and I'm happy to be part of this huge family, with great principles and amazing performance. Great management, they give me the chance to demonstrate my abilities, they offer me the chance to participate in many pieces of training and now I have the chance to train the new team members and coagulate around me a new ''family'', which give,e lots of satisfactions. Because we are permanent face to face contact with costumers, we are exposed sometimes to bad attitude or aggressivity and this represents for me the hardest part of the job, but on the other side, the appreciation from the team leaders, team members and the majority of customers give us the support to carry on day by day.
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Interview insights

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Interview is average
Process takes about a day or two

Interview questions

They ask you about your favorite items and why you want to work at Whole Foods.

Shared on 19 September 2018

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