Cashier (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 22 October 2017
working at this place I learn management skills, team work and the most important thing completion of work on time. The hardest part of the job is when suddenly call for sick and continue to work and cover the shift of that person.
Sandwich Artist (Current Employee) – Regina, SK – 19 October 2017
I made sandwiches. The hardest part was preparation. I enjoy making sandwiches and sub. In the morning when I start, I bring everything from the freezer outside on the counter and then start making fresh batches of cookies and bread.
Excellente première job, j'ai appris à avoir de l'initiative et j'ai appris à tenir une caisse, rapidité d'exécution, recevoir et envoyer des commandes, être responsable de mon milieu de travail. Dépendemment de la location du Subway, l'expérience sera excellente ou catastrophique! Par contre, le pourboire est intéressant.
Cashier/Sandwich Artist (Former Employee) – Kitchener-Waterloo, ON – 18 October 2017
Worked with a great bunch of people when I worked there and we always had fun times! Typically you were working by yourself for alot of the shifts and closes were not the safest as they made you take the garbage out to the back of the building late at night by yourself!
Sandwich Artist (Former Employee) – Barrie, ON – 18 October 2017
I would not recommend anybody work here. the staff wasn't treated well and the owner was the worst of all. no benefits for employees, and no breaks. you were only paid until a half hour past when your shift ended even if you had to stay late to help. long story short I am owed a lot of money for the time I worked and didn't get paid for.
Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 17 October 2017
I worked for Subway for 5 years. Started at minimum wage just making sandwiches and finished as manage making $14 and hour (in 2015). Depends of the location you work at and the manager and franchise owner you have, but the best part will always be your coworker. The worse? As a manager I run the store for the owner but my salary was not in hand with the amount of work I had. Owner refuse to hire more people and I ended working 50 hs a week, no overtime payment. After I left the owner had no choice but to hire 2 people to what I was doing and eventually a 3rd one. So if you work for Subway make sure the franchise owner its a good one.
Challenging and increases knowledge and adaptability.
Accountant & Office Administrator (Current Employee) – Pitt Meadows, BC – 17 October 2017
The work may it seem routine, but there are always new challenges and updating in the field of taxation, reconciliation and form of reporting schedules. Management are very supportive and give adjustment to the work force to perform above expectation. Workplace environment is great and the hardest part of the job was the deadlines with government agencies. enjoyable part of the job we are family.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 11 October 2017
A Sandwich Artist® greets and serves guests, prepares food, maintains food safety and sanitation standards, and handles or processes light paperwork. Exceptional customer service is a major component of this position. Tasks & Responsibilities: Prepares food neatly, accurately and in a timely manner.