Whole Foods Market Health Insurance
112 of 114 employees reported this benefit
Whole Foods Market offers medical coverage to its employees.
This information about the Health Insurance benefit at Whole Foods Market is the result of research by Glassdoor editorial staff, and was not provided directly by a representative of Whole Foods Market. The description here may not reflect the current Whole Foods Market Health Insurance benefit.
- Whole Foods Market Apr 25, 2015
Really high deductible but nice flexible spending account and pretty good dental care as well.
- Whole Foods Market Apr 24, 2015
Too expensive for part time employees to afford
- Whole Foods Market Apr 22, 2015
$15/ paycheck for a single person
- Whole Foods Market Apr 20, 2015
united health care they take out $30 a month, no co-pay most prescriptions and birth control pills are covered 100%
- Whole Foods Market Apr 17, 2015
Terrible plan. High deductible and a separate prescription deductible (also very high). Might be useful if you got seriously ill, but not for routine stuff.
- Whole Foods Market Apr 15, 2015
part-timers don't get affordable health care
- Whole Foods Market Mar 16, 2015
Terrible. High deductible, with no mental help alth coverage is a joke.
- Whole Foods Market Mar 6, 2015
It's okay, I had a little bit better coverage through Kroger, but not a huge difference.
- Whole Foods Market Feb 21, 2015
Huge Out-of-Pocket expenses that rarely are met. Dentist only allowed for one cleaning per year for myself and partner. No HR support. "Go Online", or "Call Them." is normal response to issues.
- Whole Foods Market Nov 19, 2014
Very high deductible which makes it hard if you're healthy