Sandwich artist (Current Employee) – Nanaimo, BC – 8 December 2017
Busy on weekend but trained enough to handle any situation.I love to be the part of food service industry so Subway is a good option. Friendly staff. Good experience to deal with diverse people with smile and patience.
Sandwich maker (Current Employee) – Vancouver Island, BC – 13 November 2017
Walking into work at Subway is a very happy positive time for me in the day. Wether its an opening shift, mid-shift or closing shift. I enjoy making sandwiches and learning new responsibilities, and new techniques for a more productive, and efficient work environment.
Jr Sandwich Artist (Former Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 13 November 2017
I cannot say that all Subways are like this, but the Subway I was employed at had the most immature manager I have worked with. She would use favoritism to either allow you to gain more hours, and if you fell out of favor with her personally, she would cut your hours back to almost nothing.
Sandwich artist (Former Employee) – Swift Current, SK – 12 November 2017
while working at subway, there was constant smoking and terrible instructional directions on what to do and how to do it. I found myself constantly looking for a person to show me how to do the job correctly and efficiently, but never got the right person.
not a lot of hours, trying to work around life FOR work
Employee (Former Employee) – Windsor, ON – 6 November 2017
Subway was a basic fast food resturant. Making Subs and the care of the product was as expected. Management was nice but seemed very unorganized and that made each location unorganized. Scheduel was always a mess or constantly changed. Pay and co-workers were nice and made this unsecure job seem tolerable.
Sandwich Artist (Former Employee) – Ponoka, AB – 6 November 2017
Great people to work with, and work there long enough they become your family. Hardest part of the job is probably when there is a big a rush and you and your co workers try to get along and work through it but at the end we just laugh it out.
Free food while working
Payment wasn't so great after working there for 3 years
Subway Sandwich Artist (Former Employee) – Vaughan, ON – 6 November 2017
When I would arrive their I would start by check the breads and how much of the supplies left. once I was done checking all the supplies I would stand by the order station to help create the subs for the customers. I learned patience and confidence working at subway. I would usually get my break around 2 hours after I started. I would enjoy making subs for myself and putting everything I feel like on the sub. the hardest part of the job was cleaning and scrubbing everything once we were done.
artist (Former Employee) – Comox Valley, BC – 5 November 2017
i loved working at subway,people may think its just subway, but really its not. it was a home away from home. opening the store and closing, training people, prep, cleaning , and serving customers was very tricky at first. but it was my home and i loved being around people making new friends and making the customers happy.
Customer Service Associate (Current Employee) – London, ON – 3 November 2017
Management doesn't train each employee with consistency. Half the employee's don't give a gosh darn rootin' toot and don't do their jobs, so you're left to pick up the slack. No opportunity for advancement unless you want to become assistant manager and be on-call on weekends for an extra 50 cents per hour. No discounts.
Sandwich Artist and Cashier (Current Employee) – Ottawa West, ON – 2 November 2017
I work alone in overnight shifts and sometimes it gets too busy specially on Friday night. Along with serving customers I have a long list of work to do in kitchen which I always completed and never get any complain for any wrong thing. My manager appreciate my work almost all the time.