With competitive pay, highly-rated benefits, and a reputation as a "fun place to work and a place where you can grow quickly," lots of people are clamoring to work at Whole Foods Market.
The healthy grocery store chain has more than 88,000 "team members" and has earned a spot on Fortune magazine's annual "100 Best Companies to Work For" list every year since its inception in 1998.
Based on Glassdoor reviews of the interview process there, earning a coveted spot at Whole Foods is by no means a breeze.
Here are some tough questions people who have interviewed with the company say they've been asked:
'If you don't get this position, why do you think that is?' — Whole body team leader candidate
'Rank each store and leader based on your visits to the entire room of leaders.' — Associate store team leader candidate
'Have you ever told your boss that he shouldn't do something?' — Office candidate
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