MANAGER (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 25 May 2018
Quality customer service is key to keeping customers and making them buy again and again, scheduling of staff was also challenging hence you work with contract staff who may not be too committed some days they dont show up and you have to quickly close the gap to attend to customers and meet revenue targets.
Manager (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 11 May 2018
my review about subway i m honestly saying about subway is really good for coustmer service job i really enjoy subway job. and one more thing i m working all most last 5 year working in subway i love my job but now i want to change and new experience thats why i apply this job
Manager (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 30 March 2018
This was my first job, i still help them when they need me. Management was really good. Owner of the business is the best person. this job helped me in improving my costumers service skills, my english.
Manager (Former Employee) – Lac du Bonnet, MB – 7 February 2018
I have no complaints about working at Subway, I enjoyed my time there, working and training youth. I admire the quality control that is displayed. The hours were great as well as the compensation with bonuses.
Manager (Former Employee) – Lethbridge, AB – 12 December 2017
fast paced, easy going. wi9th Subway your not a number. you have a name. work around school and other jobs. competitive wage. only problems there is a smell that covers everything you own. if you can get past that its a great time there. room for quick advancements
Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 17 October 2017
I worked for Subway for 5 years. Started at minimum wage just making sandwiches and finished as manage making $14 and hour (in 2015). Depends of the location you work at and the manager and franchise owner you have, but the best part will always be your coworker. The worse? As a manager I run the store for the owner but my salary was not in hand with the amount of work I had. Owner refuse to hire more people and I ended working 50 hs a week, no overtime payment. After I left the owner had no choice but to hire 2 people to what I was doing and eventually a 3rd one. So if you work for Subway make sure the franchise owner its a good one.
Manager (Current Employee) – Victoria, BC – 20 September 2017
It really depends on the manager. I have worked with awful managers before that made me come to work when had a high fever so she could leave early, yell at new employees for making mistakes when she would just expect them to know what to do without training them, and worse. I have heard many similar stories from other people who have worked at Subways. The last Subway I worked at was the complete opposite of that where everyone looked out for each other and covered what others missed. Like I said though, it really depends on the management.
Manager (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 19 August 2017
The customers where lovely, employees where lovely but the owners of the restaurant let it fall into a state of disrepair, never bought anything new for the store, never showed their faces at the store except to deliver bad news, and never gave out promotions. When I moved up to manager I requested training and was denied resulting in inadequate preparation for the manager title I received. I managed on my own for about 3 months before the stress of the job forced me to quit.
MANAGER (Former Employee) – Manitoba – 22 May 2017
This is a great place to start your career. They will help develop you which you're in school and teach you management skills. Although I've long outgrown my role there, I often think back on my Subway days - happy memories.