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Whole Foods Cuts Med Benefits for 1,900 Part-Time Workers

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Whole Foods is cutting medical benefits for hundreds of part-time workers

(Business Insider) — Whole Foods is cutting medical benefits for hundreds of part-time workers, the company confirmed to Business Insider on September 12.

The changes will take effect on January 1 and affect just under 2% of Whole Foods’ total workforce, a Whole Foods spokesperson told Business Insider.

Whole Foods has about 95,000 employees, so it means about 1,900 people will lose benefits.

The benefits that the company is cutting are offered to part-time employees who work at least 20 hours a week. The changes will not affect full-time employees.

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