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8 days ago

Cashier

Whole Foods Chapel Hill, NC

Your role will include assisting customers during the checkout process, performing all cash register functions, bagging groceries, and working at… Glassdoor


8 days ago

Sanitation/ Housekeeping Team Member

Whole Foods Chapel Hill, NC

As a Sanitation Team Member you will be responsible for maintaining cleanliness and order on the sales floor and parking lot areas to ensure a clean… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Cook – new

Whole Foods Chapel Hill, NC +3 locations

- Document waste and spoilage using appropriate forms, and meet all spoilage targets. - Ensure that production is done using correct measuring… Glassdoor


8 days ago

Specialty Service Team Member

Whole Foods Chapel Hill, NC

As a member of our Specialty Team, your role will include setting and maintaining attractive specialty displays and supporting the regional Specialty… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Prepared Foods Service Team Member

Whole Foods Chapel Hill, NC

As a member of our Prepared Foods Team, your role will include setting and maintaining attractive Prepared Foods displays and supporting the regional… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Gluten Free Production Team Member - Part Time

Whole Foods Morrisville, NC

related to Gluten Free bread and baked goods preparation. - Follow recipes with a high degree of accuracy to ensure consistency in daily production… Glassdoor


8 days ago

Overnight Prepared Foods Team Member

Whole Foods Raleigh, NC

Your role as an Overnight Prepared Foods Team Member will include preparing high-quality foods for the Prepared Foods case that are consistent with… Glassdoor


15 days ago

Bakery Service Team Member

Whole Foods Raleigh, NC

As a member of our Bakery Team, your role will include setting and maintaining attractive bakery displays, preparing and serving products and… Glassdoor


7 days ago

Meat Service Team Member

Whole Foods Raleigh, NC

As a member of our Meat Team, your role will include setting and maintaining attractive Meat displays and supporting the regional Meat vision. You… Glassdoor


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    Great coworkers, bad customers

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    Current Employee - Cashier and Customer Service in Chapel Hill, NC
    Current Employee - Cashier and Customer Service in Chapel Hill, NC

    I have been working at Whole Foods Market full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    The company's commitment to "team member happiness" makes this job a lot easier to deal with! The management is great, the coworkers are all friendly and everyone's pretty laid back. During the holiday season we often would get free lunch provided, a relaxation room was set up for us to unwind during the chaos, and managers seem genuinely interested and concerned in your wellbeing.
    The job itself is easy. The discount is great and really the "whole checkbook" rumor about whole foods isn't true if you buy the right things. If you only buy snacks and frozen foods you will definitely spend more than you would at other conventional stores but if you buy fruits and vegetables, milk, and bread you will be paying about the same for much better food.

    Cons

    I'm sure this varies with region but many of the customers a cashier has to deal with on a day to day basis are awful. Perhaps because the food is pricey and they expect a lot of the employees to serve their needs. I've been in customer service all my life from waitressing, retail, coffee shop barista, etc and I've never experienced such snooty, rude, and even downright mean customers than I have at Whole Foods. I've witnessed employees being yelled and cussed at by customers for the most trivial matters. Over Thanksgiving one cashier was called the female derogatory term "c**t". Customers also tend to have strong opinions about quality food and can become quite preachy.
    This is not to say we don't see a lot of amazing customers too. We get a lot of nice hippies and alternative types too who are really friendly and appreciative. but sometimes they just can't outweigh the bad customers.
    Whole Foods also has a weird policy about a "rotating schedule". I've never understood why but no employee, full or part time, is allowed to have a regular schedule. Which means each week is a toss up. This makes it really hard to have much of a life outside of work, especially for people with families.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    This is my advice to upper management since it all just go straight to the top.
    1. Allow employees to have regular schedules.
    2. Pay us more. Team member positions at Whole Foods are treated like professional careers and that is what customers expect out of us, to be professionals. One worker can only take the job so seriously while being paid so little. $10 an hour may seem like a lot for a cashier level job but there's a lot more expected of us than your average cashier at a conventional grocery store.

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