1,900 Whole Foods workers will soon see their medical and health benefits eliminate.
Whole Foods employees who work at least 20 hours a week are eligible for health care.
Starting January, employees will have to work full-time at 30 hours per week in order to get medical benefits.
This will affect just under 2 percent of its 95,000-person workforce.
“to better meet the needs of our business and create a more equitable and efficient scheduling mode.”
Part-time employees affected by the benefits cuts :
will receive “resources to find alternative health care coverage options,”
or can “explore full-time, health care-eligible positions.”