20% off store wide is the discount. You get an additional card for your spouse if requested. Since the prices in the store are already so high, this discount still does not make shopping there afordabe for the people that work there unless they have been there for 10+ years and make over $20 an hour.
20 percent base, if you pass their yearly health screenings (which you pay about 80 dollars out of your own pocket until you've worked approximately five years), you can get up to 30 percent.
Discount was good you could get up to 30% if you were healthy, discount percentage was based on a biometric test. This system makes it difficult for people with health problems to get the full discount.
20% employee discount was helpful in affording purchases of food and product at store.
It's nice that you have the discount considering some prices, and can use your discount card a any WFM location. I thought the concept of having employees measure their BMI in order to increase the discount to 30% (only if BMI range was acceptable) was odd
20% helps especially with already marked dow items
You get a 20% discount but you have to have your discount card with you. Sometimes you forget it or don't have it on you so that is a bit annoying. You can also get a higher discount (up to 30%) with a program they have that basically measures how healthy you are.
20% off groceries or higher per health test
Everyone gets 20% discount but you can get a "Healthy Eating Discount" where you do some blood tests and physical and can potentially earn 30% discount
Employees can get up to a 30% discount if they score well on a health screening. Otherwise it's a 20% discount. Not too bad depending on what you're shopping for - with the basics it makes a difference, with everything else it lowers the price to about what other grocery stores offer.