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2 days ago

Prepared Foods Sous Chef – new

Whole Foods New Orleans, LA +4 locations

Your role as a Prepared Foods Sous Chef will include oversight of the food preparation process, creation of recipes… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Prepared Foods Supervisor (Sous Chef)

Whole Foods Seattle, WA +2 locations

Your role as Prepared Foods Supervisor will include assisting with scheduling, supervision of team members as well as with the day-to-day flow of the… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Executive Chef – new

Whole Foods Market Georgia +2 locations

Your role as an Executive Chef will include oversight of the food preparation process and recipe creation on all teams, and the selection and… Glassdoor


3 days ago

Executive Chef FT - INK

Whole Foods Market Massachusetts

Your role as an Executive Chef will include oversight of the food preparation process and recipe creation on all teams, and the selection and… Glassdoor


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    A company with great intentions

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    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
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    Current Employee - Team Leader in New York, NY
    Current Employee - Team Leader in New York, NY

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

    Pros

    I'm sure I could be earning more money doing something else with my life - you can say that with just about any job. But I what I want to emphasize is that at its core Whole Foods Market practices what it preaches when it comes to treating its employees well. There will always be challenges and it's inevitable to work for or with people that just do not fit our corporate culture. But even though I may encounter individuals like the latter, I've met countless people that are passionate and truly believe in what we stand for. I'm proud of what we do and the values we stand for.

    Cons

    Our company is growing and opportunities are opening up to advance but there at times issues that arise from this growth. We do have managers that simply do not fit our culture. Somehow they have risen the ranks of the company but they do not get it. It can be frustrating at times when your peers in leadership run teams that seemingly have more resources available to them. Usually this involves the ability to afford team members, aka, labor dollars. Some of us that work on older teams are stretched thin compared to new stores that may have a lot less stress to deal with.

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    I understand the importance of high standards of retail merchandising - I also understand that all of us are under pressure to keep our labor under control, but it's very difficult when there's no communication to the team leader group as to why labor cuts are made, especially when it hurts a team that may have been running without a team leader for several months, giving an illusion that gain sharing was being taken advantage of. Also - I've not seen the transparency of everyone's earnings in quite some time. Does that policy still exist anymore?

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