Whole Foods Market Vacation & Paid Time Off

1043 employees reported this benefit
Updated Jun 14, 2017
3.7
143 Ratings

Employer Summary

Whole Foods Market grants paid time off.

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Employee Comments

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Jun 6, 2020
Former Employee

not enough sick time and even if you have a Drs note does not cover anything

May 22, 2020
Current Store Systems Integrator in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Probably one of the only good things Whole Foods has going for them is their generous paid time off accrual policy.

Apr 1, 2020
Former Team Leader in Vancouver, Washington State

Accrued based on hours worked and quite generous for retail environment. Could be cashed out or donated to other TMs.

Mar 31, 2020
Current Supervisor in West Orange, New Jersey

They give you 1 hour PTO for ever 30 hours you work and that’s it. You must have PTO to call out a max of 5 days a year so it isn’t always easy to use for vacation, which would be unpaid then.

Feb 16, 2020
Current Employee

All in all, I think whole foods provides some great benefits which are competitive for the region and the line of work.

Jan 19, 2020
Current Cashier in Columbus, Ohio

they have good Vacation & Paid Time Off

Oct 7, 2019
Former Specialty Team Member in Cleveland, Ohio

It was all PTO. You would occasionally get a PTO dump for a certain number of worked hours. PTO is used for sick-time too.

Sep 15, 2019
Current Employee

Good accrument of time off and is fairly easy to get time off when needed, something to think about if getting a job here is does this make it worth it ...

Aug 26, 2019
Former Seafood Team Member in Capitola, California

Great Vacation program with paid time off no complaints.

Aug 19, 2019
Former Sales Representative in Atlanta, Georgia

PTO/Benefit hours accrue often and can be used for vacation time and time off.

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