cashier (Former Employee) – hayward, CA – April 10, 2012
• Prepares food neatly, accurately, and in a timely way. • Demonstrates a complete understanding of menu items and explains it to guests accurately. Exhibits a cheerful and helpful manner when dealing with guests. • Checks products in sandwich unit area and restocks items to ensure a sufficient supply throughout the shift. • Greets guests and prepares their orders, uses Point of Sale system/cash register to record the order and computes the amount of the bill, collects payment from guests and makes change.
Sandwich Artist (Former Employee) – North Sydney, NS – February 5, 2016
A typical day at subway would be extremely hectic as that position required a person to multitask. Dealing with customers, doing prep work, cooking bread, using the cash float, and making sure all clean up is done.
Sandwich Artist (Former Employee) – Penticton, BC – January 28, 2016
come in if in the morning set up. constantly stalk veggies and meat. keep dishes clean, keep back fridge stalked, clean front of store tables, washrooms, co workers all got along well with me. just being apart of a team was the most joyable.
we had a great work place environment. the owner was a great guy and if anything would go wrong he would alway's be there to help out as quick as he could and do the best he could.
the staffed i would work with were great people, knew how to made customers laugh and we would have a fun time with the clients , made our day go great while the customers had a great service with us.
we worked across from a hospital, a little smile for some people could do such a big difference.
The only down side to this was when i was the only person working the night shift, witch was every day almost, i would be closing the store , there was many things that needed to get done for the next day and it would be hard on busy day's to get everything done on time plus trying to get everything clean and prepared for the next morning. other then that, subway was a great experience for me,i would totally go work there again. loved it
Sandwich artist (Former Employee) – 941 Hamilton Rd – January 25, 2016
I started this job while still in high school, and it was my first job. I have learned many things while working for subway. The most important thing I learned was how to communicate problems within the store or company without complaining. This was a key component to coming up with strategies or solutions to those problems. The management was very open minded and listened a great deal to how the employees were feeling in their work environment. Although it was a workplace, management and co workers were really able to become a tight knit group and have a lot of fun while going about our day to day activities. This was the most enjoyable part of the job.
My co-workers were very friendly and easy to get along with, and made my time at Subway somewhat enjoyable. The management on the other hand was almost non-existent in the fact that the head manager didn't interfere in inappropriate assistant manager behavior, causing the employees to have to perform extra duties they are not responsible for. Other poor management, the store was well cleaned and well maintained.
Sandwich Artist (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – January 18, 2016
I worked part- time hours, had a couple of amazing bosses. I Work one of the busiest days of the week with two great employees we make a great team. I did food prep and implement customers orders as well as stocked shelves. We worked together keeping the restaurant a clean and safe environment to work and eat. The hardest part of the job was keeping the salad bar stocked, as we had many customers in and out throughout the day. The most enjoyable time was break, we would sit and talk about our day about our successes and failures, and discuss how we could make the situation more pleasurable for both the customer and us in the future. We didn't mind getting up from break to help a customer that just happened to wander in. We had our regulars we just considered them part of the family coming for a visit and we were just happy to serve them. We loved welcoming new customers and old as they made our day interesting. Making a sandwich for someone is an art form that you think only a few would appreciate, but we learned that when the till rung and you could say thank you have a nice day. Most people would smile and compliment your speedy service. I was grateful to have this as one of my first job experiences.