Worker/Cashier (Former Employee) – Vaughan, ON – 12 June 2018
Working at subway has been a great way to gain quality experience in a busy work environment. I learned how to manage and organize within a given time frame. Also learned how to communicate effectively with co-workers in order to get the job done. Not only that, but it was a great experience in general and learning how a business works as I was not only a worker but cashier as well.
Gaining Time Management and organizational skills.Enhancing my interpersonal skills by dealing with the customers. Cooperative team player who can work in a team as well as individually with minimal supervision.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 29 May 2018
when i was working there, i had an amazing experience. the employees there was very nice to me. the hardest part of working there was very hot. it was always busy. i loved it when it was busy. i hate it that after the lunch rush there was nothing to do.
This particular Subway is a horrible place to work!
Cashier (Former Employee) – Ottawa South, ON – 15 February 2018
The manager treats women badly. Hires too many people and doesn't give shifts to employees that have been there longer. Pays people under the table and those who get a real pay suffer from lack of hours. The restaurant is dirty and nothing is cleaned properly. Had to leave because I kept finding fake nails in the food that was prepped by people not in proper uniform. No hairnets so the food had hair. Management puts all failures on employees and takes no responsibility for the store. No proper training.
bad hours, screamed at by management in front of customers.
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.
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.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 27 October 2017
my day begin with making bread and set up work station . making sure i had all the tools i would need for the day .serving customers and dealing with cash / debit . the hardest part was the slight language barrier do to i speak very little french and understand a little bit
Cashier (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 22 October 2017
working at this place I learn management skills, team work and the most important thing completion of work on time. The hardest part of the job is when suddenly call for sick and continue to work and cover the shift of that person.