Benefits are very affordable at WFs. Full-time employees pay $20/paycheck; part-time approximately $100/paycheck. FT employees get a fund of approximately $1200/year to offset the deductible.
Low cost, keep your doctor, wellness program
Great benefits, 100% matched 401k up to 6%. The best part was no vesting period - fully vested from day 1.
Good benefits with flex pay. Plus team member discounts
The health insurance, dental insurance, and time off are good at Whole Foods
Everything was good, I would have no problems reapplying.
20% off of all items in store- Super incredible!
-Automatically erolled in 401k upon hiring -Only one health insurace plan choice which doesn't help much to cover prescription costs
Whole Foods offers insurance which is not out of this world good, but extremely uncommon in the retail or food industry. You get paid time off, which is granted in chunks every 500 hours worked and increases based on total time at the company. They offer "gainsharing" which is basically profit sharing. This will depend exclusively on your store. Mine was not very busy and in 20 years I only received gainsharing once, for a total of around 30 dollars. You get 20% off, which still doesn't make Whole Foods as cheap as Kroger unless we're also having a sale on a particular item. They have a retirement plan but it does not match. This is good I guess if you don't have a retirement account already, since it at leaves gets you one started.
Ultra High Deductible Health Package. Below industry standard 401k match.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.