Crew member (Former Employee) – Prince George, BC – 27 March 2017
It was a good job to get customer service experience and meet new people. Very flexible with work hours and easy-going management. Although fun, everyday is the same with barely any room to grow because the work was repetitive.
Productive, clean dine in resturaunt, with great staff and managment
Team Member (Former Employee) – Ancaster, ON – 20 April 2017
Working at Quiznos was great, super friendly staff and awesome management. I felt really welcomed and I have learned a lot more experience working with food. I rate this store five stars because they really deserve it and the food is really good and I would recommend this to anyone I know.
The management is really accomadating with your fit schedule.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Abbotsford, BC – 11 March 2017
alternating jobs, cleaning, making sandwiches, cashier. (assistant manager) handling paperwork/money, and produce deliveries. i learned to be consistent with the sandwich making, considerate to my employees and costumers as well as kindness towards costumer service. hardest part was the old cashier and equipment, sometimes un-easy costumers. most enjoyable part was serving and lunch breaks.
Food Preparation Specialist (Former Employee) – London, ON – 27 February 2017
The location I was at is closed now so there's no worries about the problems I had with that job. The menu isn't too hard to handle, and the operations are pretty smooth and thought out. Its a fast food job, so there's not much more to expect, it does what it is very well.
Experience relies on franchizee who owns the establishment
The hardest part of the job was making sure every thing is stocked up. You have to be really fast and have a time limit. Sometimes the mangement lost there temper for no reason. i enjoy working with different people.
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 8 January 2017
*Maintained cleanliness and hygiene environment in compliance with corporate health and safety standards *Worked with a diverse population; developed strong communication skills when training new staff and accommodating learning styles with different cultural and work ethics
It was slow after another oil bust, but it was alright.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Fort St. John, BC – 8 December 2016
Easy going job, always get regulars. I can always make my own hours for the most part since that job doesn't allow full time and it was hard to pay rent, food and bills with minimal wage and part time, but its a job that should be for students and its always hard to hire them after we were short staff for a while.
discounts and make my own hours
Having that place in a oil town that is know to bust.
Store Front (Former Employee) – Stratford, ON – 5 October 2016
My time at Quiznos was difficult do to the lack of respect and understanding I was given by the manager. The people I had worked with are very friendly and helpful. They were very helpful from day one and made work fun on my days there with them. I learned a lot and gained a lot experience on working the till\cash and working in the food industry.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 5 October 2016
on my work in Philippines as teller/cashier i learned a lot of things that makes me more talented and flexible.It helps me to have more knowledge and a good relationship with my co-workers. Now as a cashier here in Quiznos I really enjoy my work because I have a good relationship with customers and workmate.i really enjoying entertaining customers and because of that, I will become more flexible.Good management and productive company.
Sales Assistance (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 15 September 2016
quiznos is one of the best thing that has ever happened to me . its a safe environment to work , and with quiznos you grow you will start working in groups and before you know it you are on your own. the fun part of the job is you get to meet a lot different people interact with them , of course every job has there good parts and bad parts but so far have not seen any at quiznos. at quiznos they treat you like family we all work together effectively and efficiently. since I started working at quiznos my communication skills have improved a lot.
Crew member (Former Employee) – New Westminster, BC – 23 August 2016
muti tasks customer service communication skills well managed store friendly and hard working Prep work and meeting the manager's expectations is the hardest part Most enjoyable part is that it is quite outbound