(FOX NEWS) - Employees at Whole Foods Market say the company's new policies have thrown their workday into chaos, with one supervisor saying it's not uncommon to see stressed-out employees crying on the job.
Workers for the Austin-based supermarket chain tell Business Insider that the store's new "order-to-shelf" inventory system has been taking a toll on the staff since the guidelines were implemented last year.
"I wake up in the middle of the night from nightmares about maps and inventory," said one Whole Foods employee who spoke with Business Insider. "The stress has created such a tense environment under the new procedure, store managers and employees are instructed to display the store's inventory mostly on its shelves, rather than hold a larger inventory in a back room and constantly restock -- a practice that leads to stores "constantly running out of products," according to one employee. Seeing someone cry at work is becoming normal."
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