Pros: good hours, awesome co-workers, great customers, free food and drink
Cons: too much pressure on one person, concern for safety working numerous hours alone with multiple tasks at hand.
I loved working at Subway for the most part. I had decent hours and minimum wage. I got to work with an awesome manager and co-workers, as well as serving amazing customers who I loved to make happy! My day would start at 5pm and from 7pm to 11pm I would be on my own, doing the closing shift. I had to wash dishes, answer the phone if anybody called, – more... serve and cash out customers, clean the entire store every night, prep things as needed as well as for the next day, count the till, do cash drops and close/lock up every Monday to Friday. The hardest part of the job was trying to juggle all of the tasks I had to do on my own while tending to customers. The owners of the store should have allowed my manager to keep somebody else with me until at least 9:30pm just in case it got busy, like it normally did, or if I had an emergency, such as accidentally hurting myself. Also me and all the other co-workers were supposed to get a raise to 10.75 but none of us ever got it, and the people still working there still never received the raise that was told and shown to us. The most enjoyable part of my job was meeting new people and seeing happy customers come back when I was in working just for my customer service. Making the customers happy is my number one goal! – less