MANAGEMENT/ SERVICE REP (Former Employee) – Cobden, ON – 22 February 2017
A typical day at work would be doing inventory and delivery paperwork. Making sure all product is made fresh per day and product is stocked in sandwich unit and back up is done. The most enjoyable part is knowing the customer is happy with their experience. The management part of my job consisted of making sure all employees were scheduled as requested and all employees followed the proper procedures when prepping food and assisting customers. Hardest part of the job was having to write a employee up for discipline reasons as this was a small town location.
SANDWICH ARTIST (Former Employee) – Cookstown, ON – 2 February 2017
A decent place to work, colleagues were great but no room for improvement or growth. I wish they would spend time on grooming their dedicated employees to become potential franchise owners or at least extend incentives to become a franchisee.
Discounts on meals
production line atmosphere without growth opportunity
Need to be highly energenic as it is fast passed environment
Sandwich Artist (Former Employee) – South Porcupine, ON – 2 February 2017
good place to get basics of work ethics, but they need benefits and better salary for the work they ask to be done. They should offer discounts to employees as they are already a high profit organization and competitive wages . at least $14.00 an hour would be a good wage and make the staff reliable and consistent.
Subway Sandwich Artist (Current Employee) – Oakville, ON – 2 February 2017
I enjoy working at Subway, though because I've worked here for quite a bit of time, I feel it is time to gain more working experience with other companies. The staff are great and very productive and we always complete our tasks together.
free lunches, is sometimes not busy
from time to time long hours, many tasks that need to be done
Sandwich Artist (Former Employee) – Fenelon Falls, ON – 1 February 2017
boss was always looking over shoulder or stepping on toes cared too much about my personal life. alwaysassuming using drugs if youre tired, would watch store cameras on his phone whenever he is not at store.
Manager (Current Employee) – quinte west – 1 February 2017
I open the store and count the inventory as well as cash. Baking of the bread and cookies are next as well as preperation of meat and vegetables for the daily anticapated sales. I tend to customers needs and all day preparing sandwiches to their liking. The closing at night I clean the entire store and close the days business while depositing the cash for the day. On Tuesday I do an inventory of the entire store, order inwentory for the next weeks business and also have to do the payroll for the week.
Sandwich Artist (Former Employee) – Trenton, ON – 30 January 2017
Great first job, meet great co-workers. Management is terrible and can be very rude with very little patience. Great if you want to pick up hours on the side and have the patience to deal with rude management
Great Workplace with Cool environment to employers
Cashier (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 28 January 2017
Day begins with smile at the desk and everyday learn some new customer service ways. Very well managed by the manager and their seems to be no hard work in here as job is your food and mostly i enjoyed doing work and interacting with customers and satisfy them with service from the desk and staff.
Sandwich Artist and Cashier (Former Employee) – calgary – 28 January 2017
theres a lot of regular customers in every morning that will talk and will give you a tiny conversation to them and you will be comfortable to them not because there not only friendly they also understand you. the hardest part or day is just the friday because the management reducing/cutting hours so there is only 2 person specially in lunch time. but the thing you can still enjoy it the way how they treat there co-workers.
theres a free lunch and the owner pays our break.
every fridays is usually busy and the owner is cutting hours theres 2 person only