There is no dress code
Answered - Kitchen Manager (Former Employee) - Augusta, GA
There is not a strict dress code the only thing you must have is a whole foods apron and in some department slip resistant shoes
Answered - Cashier Assistant (Current Employee) - North Bethesda, MD 20852
Depends on your store and Team Leader. Some Team Leaders can careless, others are more particular about what their Team Members are wearing, beyond the required protocol for dealing with prepared food/groceries, which is rather annoying and odd... considering. To be on the safe side, I would talk to your manager about it, and have a clear understanding of the expectations of your store, as they can differ, unfortunately.
Depends on the department. If you work in a perishable department with food, you need a Whole Foods Hat, beard net (if you have a beard), chefs coat or butcher coat, slip resistant shoes (or slip resistant shoe covers) name tag. Otherwise, depending on the department, apron, name tag, casual clean clothes.
Dress Casual, Blue Jeans and t-shirt
Answered - Produce Team Member (Former Employee) - Paramus, NJ
Casual-jeans, work approved shoes, provided WF chefs coat
Answered - Team Member (Former Employee) - Jenkintown, PA
Slip resistant shoes
whole food market hat
Answered - Prepared Foods Team Member (Current Employee) - Chicago, IL
Answered - Meat Cutter (Former Employee) - Tempe, AZ
Cooks pants and chefs jacket
Answered - Cook / Supervisor (Current Employee) - Tucson, AZ