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9 days ago

Store Receiver

Whole Foods London, England

include, but are not limited to, receiving products for all teams, checking that product lists on packing slips are accurate, recording and… CareerBuilder


5 days ago

Concierge

Whole Foods London, England

Your role will be to provide customer service on the sales floor and handle special requests. You will ensure a positive company image by providing… CareerBuilder


4 days ago

Prepared Foods Team Trainer

Whole Foods London, England

As a Trainer on the Prepared Foods Team you will work with new Prepared Foods Team Members. Using training checklists, you will provide them with the… CareerBuilder


4 days ago

Meat Team Trainer

Whole Foods London, England

In addition to primary team duties, the team trainer serves as the department trainer for all new and existing Team Members, guiding them… CareerBuilder


4 days ago

Front End Team Trainer

Whole Foods London, England

Your role as Team Trainer is to support all of our core values, and in particular our core values of caring for team member happiness and excellence… CareerBuilder


9 days ago

Meat Cutter

Whole Foods London, England +2 locations

Perform general duties of a Meat Team Member and cut all meat for the department. Prepare specialty merchandise consistent with Whole Foods Market… CareerBuilder


4 days ago

Produce Team Trainer

Whole Foods London, England

The role of Produce Team Trainer will include developing programs and systems to support Produce Team Member training, track success and partner with… CareerBuilder


7 days ago

Marketing Specialist

Whole Foods Cheltenham, England +2 locations

Perform all functions related to store based marketing and community relations. DUTIES: - Implement and fully support Nation, Regional, and metro… CareerBuilder


11 days ago

Prepared Foods Team Leader

Whole Foods London, England +3 locations

also include profitability, expense control (packaging and labor), inventory control, buying and merchandising, regulatory compliance, recipe… CareerBuilder


4 days ago

Specialty Team Trainer

Whole Foods London, England

The Wine Team Trainer in each department works with the Metro Trainer, Store Team Leadership, Green Mission Reps and TMs to ensure that the store is… CareerBuilder


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    A company with great intentions

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    Current Employee - Team Leader in New York, NY (US)
    Current Employee - Team Leader in New York, NY (US)

    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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