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It is a nice place to work and you meet a lot of nice people. But the salary is poor and there is not much room for progression. I ahvew learned many skills in Subway and have brought a lot to the place also.
I worked for subway as a field consultant, the SMT were bullies, vindictive, petty and very poorly got by almost all franchisees. Very little training
Car, but big benefit in kind in it
Hours were huge, workload was big, training minimum, management were nasty
Mi principal desafio era la gestion de personal y el control de stock, asi como tambien la logistica de la materia prima. Mucha libertad para trabajar y con posibilidades de crecimiento. Por motivos personales tuve que volverme a mi pais y dejar el trabajo
very bad place to work. No consideration to staff needs or wants. Treated poorly and sexually harrased by both customers and staff!!!!!
very bad place to work. No consideration to staff needs or wants. Treated poorly and sexually harassed by both customers and staff!!!!! Do Not ever work here you are giving your rights sway. DONT EVEN GET A FREE SUB FOR MY BREAK! WORST JOB EVER.
First part of the day is making all the breads and getting all the food prep ready, during the day is just making sure to keep up to speed and keep a good level of food and bread on display, before close up the was a full clean up of every inch of the shop
Good place to work.
Money wasn't great.
Staff are treated horribly bigger bosses come in and nit pick at everything even when you’re scoring highly in evaluations no job security poor communication never ever paid for over time have the beg to get paid your holiday pay and pay was wrong nearly every week site managers don’t care unless your working in the shop even though the main footfall was because of subway, I’d stay clear of this company for a long and ill live
Typical day in subway is preparing food and giving good service to the customers .Making, baking breads and cookies . We always make sure the counter looks perfect and the food is fresh. In Subway I learned how to clean perfectly and to be very focus on what you are doing.The staff i work with is amazing , i like the way everybody is helping each other , laugh, and the same time as we work we also have so much fun .
I only worked in Subway for about a month, for my transition year work experience. I worked Monday-Friday for four weeks during the month of October in 2016. I would get in at 7 am. A typical day included preparing the ingredients, baking the bread, washing up, refilling the soda machine, sweeping the floor, wiping the tables, taking the trash out, etc. I got my break at about 11 am, which was great because I got a free lunch. Then I would work until 2 pm and then I was finished. The hardest part was baking the bread, it was much harder than it looked and I never really got the hang of it. The most enjoyable part was definitely the free lunch.
making sandwiches, dealing with customers,preparing meats and salads,learned how to make sandwiches and use tills,most enjoyable part was working tills,there was a language barrier so hard to communicate with staff,manager was very kind and encouraging enjoyed dealing with customers and meeting new people
meeting new people
stressful work place, short lunches
I would start the day by being guided and told what needed to be done that day and how to get it done on time. Time management was important. I also learned how to input deliveries and sales into the system and I also learned how to do stock-taking effectively. I learned communication skills and how to make a sandwich. There was a set command of management and it was followed effectively. The atmosphere was a disciplined and respectful atmosphere. The hardest part of the job was being able to keep up with the long line of customers. And the most enjoyable part of the job was being able to interact with a diverse local community and learning the many various aspects of the franchise
One free meal everyday, helpful staff and social interaction
Less sales during weekdays and more during the weekends. I learned the team work in the shop. The management cares for its employees and I was proud to be there. The workplace was quiet wonderful. The hardest part of the job was the long queues during friday or saturday nights and thereby that was the most enjoyable part of the job.
Great jobs, work 3 or 4 days per week, minimum wages, great management meaning good holiday and payment, Not really hard but depend on which subway, Good friends