At Whole Foods Market, offering competitive benefits for our Team Members isn't just a way to support our Core Value of "Team Member Happiness and Excellence," it's the right thing to do.
Health Insurance. Paid Vacation. 401k. Stock options. Paid training. Discounted gym membership. Employee discount.
It is a grocery store job that offers its employees good, relatively cheap choices for health insurance, and also offers a 401K for full-time employees. I never expected to get that at an entry level grocery store job with no experience in retail!
PWA and Life insurance, along with health, dental, and vision.
employee portion of healthcare premium decreased as length of service increased
The health insurance is afordable if you are single and only need to pay for yourself. If you have a partner or kids to add to the coverage, the price skyrockets. The retirement plan is acceptable and all in all it's very average.
20% off, United Health insurance for some part-timers who work 30+ hours. VSP eye, Cigna DHMO dental. Premiums are based on how many service hours. So if you haven't been there long you will be paying nearly $200 per paycheck for health insurance.
It's good if you are there a long time but for newbies, the benefits aren't great. A lot of money comes out of your pocket, especially if you have a family.
Automatically enrolled into a 401k that won't benefit most employees unless they work there their entire lives. Good health care if you're single.
The benefits are great...if you can reach the 800 hours (approx) as a full-time employee. Has vision, dental, HMO, gain sharing etc. With the 401k, they hardly match. 20% employee discount, but if you get your BMI measured you can get 30%
It is a lot of work . You must bend and grab boxes for hours at a time and you make little progress with that is still there. The managers only care if you go on your 30 so that they can save money.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.