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Cook/Kitchen Help (Former Employee), Solon, OHJuly 1, 2014
management was poor. My co workers were pretty fair. Wish they had more hours
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Grill master, make subs, bake bread, prep food, register.
sales (Former Employee), Pittsburgh, PAJune 10, 2014
Pros: 50% of food weather your working or not.
Cons: employee turn around rate is crazy high.
Lunches are organized chaos, closing is cleaning up after. working here I learned how to make some of the best subs ever, working on a flat-top grill. the employee turn around is kinda crazy high. went in there a few months after I left and only knew the managers. people just get burnt out with this place.
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Cook/Kitchen Help (Former Employee), Solon, OHApril 7, 2014
Good part time job. Wonderful co workers and flex hours. Management wasn't good
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fast paced environment, but no advancement opportunity
Crew Member (Former Employee), Albany, NYSeptember 27, 2012
Pros: 50% discount that brings the cost to about that of an equally sized sub anywhere else
Cons: management lets inappropriate and discriminatory behavior towards lower employees slide, not enough hours
DiBellas Subs treats its cash cow employees exactly as such, but frequently takes advantage of lower employees. Management is for the most part devoid of people skills, although there are a few managers who I would work for again. Pay is just over minimum, and the lower employees get almost no hours. Management also tends not to be understanding about – more... emergency situations, and often lets inappropriate behavior as committed by favored employees slide. A typical day of work for not as favored employees will be about 3-4 hours, for a weekly total usually not to exceed 15. Either you open, work the lunch rush, work cleanup after lunch, or close. It's easy work, but not enough hours, and you put up with a lot of garbage on the job. The is nothing terribly enjoyable about the job, and the hardest part is putting up with pretentious people – less