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10 Companies That Offer Health Insurance For Part Time Employees

10. Whole Foods Market Inc. (NASDAQ:WFM)

Market Value – $11.7 billion

The grocery store chain offers health and life insurance to its employees that work 20 hours per week or more, and which have successfully completed a probationary period of employment. These employees are eligible for almost fully-paid health insurance premiums, paid time off and life insurance. The employees and their partners are also entitled to a 20% or more store discount and Gainsharing, which rewards teams based on store profits.

10 Companies That Offer Health Insurance For Part Time Employees

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