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10 days ago

Overnight Grocery Team Member

Whole Foods Market Cupertino, CA

of a Grocery Team Member. * Supervises and delegates tasks to Grocery Team Members. * Ensures all closing tasks have been completed and department is… Beyond.com

25 days ago

Produce Team Member

Whole Foods Market San Jose, CA

** As a member of our Produce Team, your role will include the production of produce goods as well as setting and maintaining attractive produce… Beyond.com

7 days ago

Bakery Buyer/Specialist

Whole Foods Market San Jose, CA

** The primary function of the******Bakery Buyer** is to order all products for the Bakery department. The buyer also performs all functions related… Beyond.com

21 days ago

Join our Talent Network

Whole Foods Market Palo Alto, CA +8 locations

** As a Product Team Floater you will work together with other Team Members to assure that all objectives and goals of the departments and store, as… Beyond.com

9 days ago

FT- Produce Buyer/Specialist

Whole Foods Market Redwood City, CA

** Your role as Produce Buyer/Specialist will purchase all produce products and support the regional Produce vision. Additionally, you will perform… Beyond.com

3 days ago

Bakery Service Team Member (Part-Time) – new

Whole Foods Cupertino, CA +3 locations

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

3 days ago

Store Baker (Full-Time) – new

Whole Foods Cupertino, CA

of Bakery Service TM. • Perform all duties related to all baking sanitation, and stocking of all bakery products. • Provide courteous… Glassdoor

10 days ago

Store Receiver (Full-Time)

Whole Foods Cupertino, CA

include, but are not limited to, receiving products for all teams, checking that product lists on packing slips are accurate, recording and… Glassdoor

6 days ago

Sanitation/ Housekeeping Team Member (Full-Time)

Whole Foods Cupertino, CA

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

10 days ago

Cashier (Seasonal Full-Time)

Whole Foods Cupertino, CA

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

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    I wouldn't work for Cupertino Whole Foods Market again

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    Current Employee - Front End Cashier in Cupertino, CA
    Current Employee - Front End Cashier in Cupertino, CA

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    The work is fairly easy. You have to memorize a lot of codes but after you get used to typing them it becomes more natural.


    Poor management. Inconsistent feedback from management. Inconsistent treatment of employees. I worked at the location in Cupertino, CA for one year. At the end of my tenure I became very sick due to the fires. So sick in fact that other employees and guests notices and commented. (I am asthmatic). I worked as a full time employee and due to their issues with people calling in sick even after following all the guidelines (and going above and beyond) given during orientation, were not understanding. The first day I was sick, I asked to go home after several people commented on the fact that I looked sick, I was told no. On the second day, after being unable to find anyone to cover my shift I called in (over 5 hours before my shift, as soon as there was someone at the store to answer the phone). On my next scheduled shift, i was asked to come to a meeting and told I was being let go. I later applied for unemployment, for which Whole Foods denied my claim (the make a habit of denying all claims, I had someone in the HR department tell me that!) and I had to have a hearing, which I won. As the judge put it, you can't fire someone for being legitimately sick! I also had other issues working their with favoritism and one rule for the some and another for the rest. An example of this would be when you are assigned to do "carts" (basically going outside and gathering all the carts. All the guys were allowed to listen to music while doing this, while I and a couple of other girls were reprimanded for listening to ANYTHING (I was listening to a book on tape for college and let them listen to prove it.) They guys that were "approved" would have VERY loud music blasting in both ears, I had one ear bud in, just loud enough to hear it, and NEVER missed a call on my walkie like some of those "approved" guys did. I could also hear everything going on around me unlike them. There were several other issues I had with the management including attempted religious discrimination. All in all, as I've only work at the one store, I can't say for sure all are like this, but I can say that I would NEVER work for this location again.

    Extra Tidbit - If you need any further proof of preferential treatment. I know a guy who was fired several times for missing work (I'm talking no-call no-show, or calling 5 minutes before his shift). He was a know druggie (bragged about it), but because he had an in with a higher up manager he was always re-hired. I had a legitimate sickness and was fired immediately. After being a very loyal employee who came in and worked extra whenever they called me, with sometimes 30 minutes notice.

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    Listen to your employees, be more empathetic. Treat ALL your employees fairly.

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