Customer Service (Former Employee), London – April 10, 2016
Was my first job, I would take orders from individual customers and prepare sandwiches to customers preference. Throughout my experience with the company in two different cities I learned the responsibilities of opening and closing the store, which involved counting cash, making sure the tills were balance, all the equipment were off and the alarms were set on and off. I enjoyed working for both locations, they both were friendly to welcoming new employees and making there schedule work for their lifestyles.
Cashier (Former Employee), Windsor, ON – March 30, 2016
My Job was well enough and they tought me well on how to handle the food and cash but they didn't help when they were there. the Bosses were rude to emplyoees. treating us like dirt. I ended up sick and they yelled at me for calling in sick and saying I couldn't work due to working with food and not wanting to make other people sick
Customer Service (Current Employee), Brampton, ON – February 6, 2016
Mr. Sub is my first job in Canada. It has taught me how to deal with Canadian Customer. So far i have overcome every challenge on Workplace. I would not say that there was anything like hard part of job because each task is an opportunity for me to learn a new skill.
A typical day at Tim Hortons, & Why i enjoyed working as a Mr. Sub employee
Cashier (Former Employee), Oshawa, ON – February 2, 2016
A typical day at Mr. Sub, you greet the customers when they come in the door, ask them what you could get for them, and then you prepare their sub(s) and then cash them out at the register, and present the food to them. I enjoyed my job at Mr.Sub because it kept me busy, and I liked meeting new customers everyday. I'd like to be a pastry chef one day so i enjoy making things look presentable and nice, and i really enjoyed making subs.
Sub maker-supervisor (Former Employee), Hamilton, ON – January 15, 2016
Pros: close to home
Cons: unexceptable hours
This job I found to be very interesting. I worked mostly on my own. There was a lot of prep work to be done for this job and a lot of cleaning for only one person. I loved being busy and working on my own . The only problem I had was the hours I was working. On a typical shift I would be working on my own prepping, cleaning, serving customers and keeping the restaurant up to safety standards until 3am
Sandwich Maker/Cashier (Current Employee), Winnipeg, MB – December 1, 2015
Pros: Free sandwich at end of shift
Cons: Difficult to advance
Very fast paced environment with little room for error. However, you must deal with a lot of different types of people and it is a great way to learn how.Management seems to be very thorough with upkeeping of standards and customer satisfaction.
Sandwich Artist (Former Employee), Thunder Bay, ON – October 8, 2015
Pros: Good enviroment to work in
Cons: Had some problems with certain customers
When I started Mr. Sub back in 1988 I was happy that someone gave me my first job and believed in me. I started out as a sub maker and slowly learned other areas of the company. My boss was really supportive and understanding. He was willing to teach. I learned how to take inventory and do weekly cash sheets as well as nightly cash outs.
Opener/closer (Former Employee), NL – September 23, 2015
Cons: Bad hours
Management was beyond poor and the customers were rude, fellow employees were also very hard to work with. Never got the amount of hours that you wanted and there is no room for moving up in ranks or a pay raise.
KEYHOLDER (Former Employee), brampton – August 23, 2015
Pros: some really awesome customers
Cons: never enough hours
Co-workers and the customers really make the biggest difference, because management doesn't really care about the success of the business, never even mind the overall well-being of the employees, or the customers.
Sub Artist (Former Employee), Oshawa, ON – August 17, 2015
Pros: Discounts on foods, and drinks
Cons: Little to no job security
Working at Mr. Sub really was a fun job. Everyone who worked there was very nice, and kind. Professional attitude. Only downside was the lack of benefits, and the little job security offered. But, other than that, hours were decent for the salary earned ($10.25 at the time)
It was my first job and I really enjoyed working there.
Counter Clerk (Former Employee), London, ON – August 7, 2015
Pros: Got experience in the fast food industry.
Cons: I was let go as soon as my probation was over and replaced.
Making sandwiches and working with cash and debit. I learned how to make different sandwiches and use the debit machine and how to work with the customers in a timely manner. I got along with all my co-workers and my manager. I didn't find the job hard and the most enjoyable part was working with customers.