Whole Foods: 'Seeing someone cry at work is becoming normal'

Whole Foods: 'Seeing someone cry at work is becoming normal'

Employees at Amazon-owned Whole Foods have spoken out about the grocery chain’s new system of ‘compliance’ which is ‘crushing morale’.

To make sure workers are meeting new procedures, Whole Foods has introduced scorecards which evaluate everything, from how accurately staff are doing their job to the proper recording of theft.

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