Ever since the actual manager went on vacation starting at the end of May, there is no one to replace his spot to work but there will be an OIC. Now, with one less worker, there'll be more hours for us which is a good thing but I can't do that because June is the exam month and I have told them 3 months before June that I need day offs and the actual manager did not even consider it because, "we're going to have less people". What I'm saying is that, if you as a manager already know obviously that you'r going to be understaffed because you, yourself is going to a planned long vacation, then might as well hire people before you leave. I told them, I'm quitting so, the OIC told me we could fix the schedule right away and so she did, but with their worry that I'm going to quit? Now, exams are done, I was assigned to work full-time summer and another one quit, so 2 less workers. The Clearview are is growing in population wise because of the new homes being built and Subway Clearview only have 4 staff that has to work up to 11 hours straight with no SITTING breaks because you have to work everytime to finish up. I was required to work yesterday, June 27 up to 11 hours because there are only 3 people who can work including me. The way I experienced it wasn't right. If the OIC already knew that I need to work for that long, then I should be given at least an hour long break, either right away or in intervals. Every piece of decision they do is just poorly judge or maybe, it's because of less workers mean more money for the manager and OIC. They say they're the best team for jobs, I don't think so.