Compare working at Subway vs Dollarama

Compare company reviews, salaries, and ratings to find out if Subway or Dollarama is right for you. Subway is most highly rated for Work-life balance and Dollarama is most highly rated for Work-life balance.

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Compare revenue, industry, and employee numbers for Subway and Dollarama.

Industry
Restaurants & Food Service
Retail & Wholesale
Revenue
more than US$10B
US$1B to US$5B
Number of employees
more than 10,000
more than 10,000
Headquarters
Milford Connecticut, United States
Mont-Royal Quebec, Canada

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Compare management, culture, and compensation ratings for Subway and Dollarama.

CEO approval

Headshot of John Chidsey, CEO of Subway
71%
approve of John Chidsey's performance
64%
Not available

Salary satisfaction

54%
think they are paid fairly at Subway
47%
think they are paid fairly at Dollarama

Subway reviews

on August 12, 2022
Good place to start career
Shift Supervisor
(current employee) - Saskatchewan

on August 7, 2022
Subway Sandwich Artist
(current employee) - Northwest Territories

on August 6, 2022
Customer Service
(current employee) - Miramichi, NB

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Dollarama reviews

on August 17, 2022
Team Lead
(current employee) - St. John's, NL

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on August 15, 2022
Assistant Team Leader
(current employee) - Ontario

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on August 15, 2022
Store Associate
(current employee) - Duncan, BC

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Compare similar salaries

Compare salary information for Subway and Dollarama. Salaries are taken from job posts or reported by employees and are not adjusted for level or location.

Store manager
$15.96 per hour
$19.13 per hour
Caissier
$13.40 per hour
$12.51 per hour
Assistant manager
$16.97 per hour
$15.06 per hour
Cashier
$14.93 per hour
$13.65 per hour
Customer service associate / cashier
$13.37 per hour
$13.88 per hour
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465 jobs at Subway
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No open jobs at Dollarama

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Compare interview process, length, and difficulty for Subway and Dollarama.

Favourable experience
Favourable experience
Low difficulty
Low difficulty
Process is about a week
Process is about two weeks