Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Whole Foods Market
- Cashier (104)
- Prepared Foods Team Member (68)
- Front End Cashier (48)
- Bakery Team Member (44)
- Team Member (44)
- Grocery Team Member (41)
- Specialty Team Member (20)
- Customer Service Team Member (20)
- Customer Service Cashier (14)
- Produce Team Member (14)
- Team Leader (13)
- Marketing Team Leader (12)
- Front End Team Member (12)
- Customer Service (12)
- Whole Body Team Member (12)
- Seafood Team Member (9)
- Specialty/Wine Team Member (9)
- Associate Team Leader (9)
- Marketing Specialist (8)
- Customer Service Supervisor (8)
- Prepared Foods Cook (7)
- Store Graphic Artist (7)
- Cashier Assistant (6)
- Marketing Supervisor (5)
- Assistant Team Leader (5)
- Whole Body Team Leader (5)
- Meat Team Member (5)
- Cake Decorator (4)
- Barista (4)
- Marketing (4)
After submitting my resume there was an email exchange, followed-up by a phone interview. After successfully advancing past those steps there was a group interview that was done in a "speed dating" format. I had never heard of that before but was game. It was weird to see the other job candidates in the same room but then again Whole Foods isn't like other companies.
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Other Interview Reviews for Whole Foods Market
Marketing InterviewNo OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Whole Foods Market (Cleveland, OH) in March 2014.
I was called twice for 2nd rounds of the interview process, both times someone internally was hired. I was excited both times to interview and also to be apart of "change". I saw many things that needed change and felt it could have been a good fit.
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Marketing InterviewNo OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Whole Foods Market (Austin, TX).
I was excited to "pass" an initial phone interview and be brought in for a panel interview process as I am a true people person with a track record of passion and poise to collaborate with my work teams. I think any time a company has a panel interview process where the candidates are all in the same room together during the interview process it has the potential to feel a little awkward. In my career I've never been corralled with fellow job applicants in the same room but nonetheless I was game as I knew I could do the job. I found the interviewers to be cordial and outgoing although no challenging questions were asked of my abilities to do the job and no review of my online portfolio was completed by the panel. Unfortunately I didn't survive the first cut of candidates. Based on my experience of the questions asked to gauge cultural fit ("What do you like to do for fun?") and my visual review of the other job applicants I left feeling age or gender-based discrimination was likely at play. I doubt I'll ever apply again at Whole Foods based off my experience but encourage others to do so in the hopes they might meet whatever "cultural fit" the company thinks is best to deliver its mission.
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Marketing InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
The process took 6 days. I interviewed at Whole Foods Market (San Francisco, CA) in April 2009.
After initial phone contact, I came in to meet with store leadership for a 30 minute screening. I was then invited back for a panel interview, which included future direct reports, peers, leadership and regional office leadership--about 8 or 9 people in all. Some were prepared with questions obviously pulled from an interview guide, but some asked intelligent, relevant and challenging questions. Be sure you know the company's 7 core values when you interview, and refer to them.
somewhat, however there are published salary caps for every position in the store.