Food Preparer (Former Employee) – Lambeth, ON – 31 December 2017
The hours were inconsistent, several shifts through the week were only for a few hours and then the weekend shifts were usually 8 hours minimum. Closing the store takes far to long and there is no one working with you late at night to help out.
Sandwich Artist (Former Employee) – Grande Cache, AB – 28 December 2017
I worked at a very quiet location. After you'd finish all the prep work and cleaning ( usually took a couple hours) you could just sit around and play on your phone. So easy. Sometimes I could watch 3 movies on Netflix in one shift
Cashier (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 28 December 2017
its best place to work for initial working as i learn lot of new things like how to talk with customers and how to handle angry customers. how we can manage the messed up situations and overall best subs.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 28 December 2017
subway is somewhere where you will learn how to do everything - cooking, cleaning, customer service, etc. You learn a lot but that also means that you have to do a lot, and you must do it all at a fast pace.
Trainee (Current Employee) – Sioux Lookout, ON – 21 December 2017
Great Team Work gives Best Output.
Could not have asked for better management.Very understandable owners come manager. Treated their employees like family. All employees are productive, humorous and very safe working with food and train their employees to follow all procedures to standard. Overall Subway was absolutely an amazing company to work for. 5 stars with no doubt.
SANDWICH ARTIST (Current Employee) – subway,norwich ave,woodstock – 21 December 2017
It is really good to work in subway . really good team work and good work environment. - The management is really good over here. -I learnt many things such as how to work in fast pace work environment and how to solve problems.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Cumberland Beach, ON – 20 December 2017
Could not have asked for better management.Very understandable bosses. Treated their employees like family. All employees are productive, humorous and very safe working with food and train their employees to follow all procedures to standard. Overall Subway was absolutely an amazing company to work for. 5 stars with no doubt,
Management and staff :)
Can not think of one bad thing about this workplace.
Sandwich Artist (Former Employee) – Orleans, ON – 15 December 2017
the managers are bad, the staff is alright, the hours suck stressful every single day. Honestly there are so much better jobs out there, at least from my experience working there was the worst experience of my life, when they decide they are done with you they will just lower your hours they don't care you got bills to pay.
Sandwich Artist (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 14 December 2017
• Assembled sandwiches for customers to their liking. • Kept front dining area clean by wiping tables, mopping and sweeping, and front stock. • Cleaned dishes and assisted in food preparation in the back of the store. • Worked on front till, includes ringing in orders and handling money.
SANDWICH ARTIST/CASHIER (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 14 December 2017
Every shift was different working at Subway. Although we had estimated daily sale rates, the customer flow always varied. I learned a lot about customer service in the ways of how you should approach a customer based on their actions, and how you can compromise in order to guarantee full satisfaction. Management strongly believed in the workplace culture and making it a fun, yet professional environment. The hardest part of the job was multitasking all jobs during rushes and shifts I spent working alone when there should have been another staff member on shift. The most enjoyable part of the job was connecting with customers and making a memorable impression. The best part of my days was serving customers who recognized me.
Subway Sandwich Artist (Former Employee) – Plessisville, QC – 13 December 2017
I worked there as a young student. I met some other students that were really fun to work with. I didn't only meet good people but what I can say is that you can learn from working directly with clients.
The salary wasn't really good, but overall, it is great since you may have fun, by interacting with young co-workers while doing your job correctly.
Deserves 3 stars, good for students but would definitely not recommend for any other person.
Sandwich artist (Former Employee) – Minden, ON – 13 December 2017
i enjoyed the work of making subs for people and prepping food however i found at times management could tend to be very lazy a lot of the time, the work was not hard it mostly consisted of making sandwiches for customers with a positive attitude towards the customers as well as prepping food such as vegetables and meats, there was also some cleaning work included like sweeping and mopping and dishes and there was also tasks like baking breads and cookies as well as filling the pop cooler and the chips rack. all in all i liked my job however i did not always agree with how my manager went about doing things most days.
free 12" sub per 7 hours or longer shifts, free 6" per 6 hours or less shifts