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    Great Pay, Fast Pace, and Losing Culture

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    Former Employee - Front End Cashier  in  Orlando, FL
    Former Employee - Front End Cashier in Orlando, FL

    I worked at Whole Foods Market part-time for more than 3 years


    Whole Foods Market pays well for the work you are doing. They are very lenient with work attire and are accepting of all types of people and personalities. You get a decent discount off items in the store.


    Over the three years I worked there I have seen many people who worked with the company for years move on to something else. The workplace culture is changing very quickly. When I started we got two 15 minute breaks and one 30 minute lunch break. About 18 months ago they took away one of the 15 minute breaks. As a cashier at one of the busiest Whole Foods Markets in Florida, the lines literally do not end. You have to be moving fast pace for 8.5 hours repeating the same few catchy greetings over and over again. The second 15 minute break was CRUCIAL to the mental health and moral of the employees there. As soon as they removed it many of the older employees that had been working there for years quit. I also did about a year after that.

    If you are looking for a part-time job for a year or two tops then this store is an excellent place to work. If you are looking for a career then I recommend you apply for a corporate position and completely avoid the mindless labor you will be doing for unbearable hours.

    Make sure to have a LARGE supply of coffee on hand at all times to keep up with the pace.

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    Give your employees the breaks they deserve and need. Improve the benefits given. You do not match 401k for more than a couple hundred dollars per year...

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