Server (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 18 August 2017
it's a nice place to work, you come in serve people, do your part of the job. the best part of working at subway is building relationship with customers as you serve same customers everyday you get to know them and eventually build a healthy relationship.
Terribly managed workplace, bottom line oriented, no concern for customer service.
Food Service Worker (Current Employee) – Trenton, ON – 15 August 2017
Terribly managed workplace, bottom line oriented, no concern for customer service. Bullied employees, filthy cleaning habits, illegal practices. Punish employees who speak their opinions with cut hours.
Key Holder/Supervisor (Former Employee) – Hastings, ON – 13 August 2017
while working at Subway I was told to not throw out things that were expired. One time a few falafels in the container had mold and I was told to only throw out the moldy ones. I would get in trouble for helping the costumer to the best of my ability such as giving them extra sauce or veggies on the side, warming cookies for guests, informing them that something is cheaper for them instead of what they planned on purchasing, but getting the same result. This is good for an after school job or part-time. But if you are not comfortable serving people expired/moldy food and ripping people off this is the place for you.
Sandwich Artist (Former Employee) – Caledon Village, ON – 11 August 2017
This was the worst place I worked, training was bad, hours were illegal, management was untrained and rude. I worked alone every shift, I had to prep, make sandwiches, clean, and close the store all on my own
Cashier (Current Employee) – Three Hills, AB – 11 August 2017
Typical day is 4-8 hours of work with a break, great food to eat, lots of practical skills, great management. really it is not a hard job, tedious at times but very enjoyable. The most enjoyable part is great people to work with and a awesome boss
Sandwich Artist (Former Employee) – Montague, PE – 11 August 2017
This is the type of job that fits to most anyone's schedule pay is limited but the work is easy. Most people have no issue joining the subway team and with dedication can find themselves with secure employment with little education or professional skills.
Sandwich artist/Cashier (Former Employee) – Parksville, BC – 10 August 2017
A typical day at Subway consists of starting prep immediately, stocking the front with vegetables, condiments etc. Baking the bread and cookies before doors open. Greet and serve guests, make sandwiches and work the cash register. Everyday includes clean up, sweeping and wiping regularly and daily garbage runs. The hardest part of the job was working with my old boss, I left because i was treated rudely. The most enjoyable part for me was making food for people, it makes me happy to put a smile on others faces.
Morning Supervisor (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 9 August 2017
This is a good entry job for a high school student looking to get some sort of customer service experience.Very fast paced and physically demanding. However, with a capable management team work is pretty fun and manageble.