Team Member (Current Employee) – Ashburn, VA – April 23, 2015
• Managed food preparation and organization • Participated in the accounting process as a cashier ensuring that funds were accurate • Inventoried food storages to prevent shortages on a daily basis • Served as a customer service representative to ensure customer satisfaction
Shift Leader (Current Employee) – Salt Lake, UT – November 20, 2015
This Firehouse has been poorly managed. The worst location to work at, due to complications within the franchise owner. Treats employees unfairly and takes favorites. Makes promises and doesn't follow through. At this location drugs are a big problem, with them being drug in the walk in or in the bathrooms. Yet the person that is doing the drugs is still a shift leader/manager. At this location it is not a crew effort but more of a singular person doing all the work. When new people are hired there isn't a lot of training done so a lot of mistakes are made.
If you are a shift leader, you get free sandwiches
Food Prep (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – November 7, 2015
It was a great place to work very fast paced. However I didn't feel like there was a lot of room for advancement there. The people were great people to work with and work overall was enjoyable. The management there seemed extremely well organized as well.
Cashier/Team Member (Former Employee) – Carson City, NV – November 7, 2015
The first managers were promoted very quickly. Most do not know how to do more than 2 positions. Young workers, so lots of drama. After putting in a two weeks notice they fire you. Greedy owner. Not a good place to work. Don't be fooled by the $10 an hour, sometimes they don't even put team members on the schedule. (But the team members aren't fired). Terrible hours.
Fun place to work and is a very high energy work place
Shift Leader (Former Employee) – Lady Lake, FL – November 6, 2015
A typical day at work would be, to open the store...which includes baking cookies, pulling things out of the freezer to thaw out for night shift, making sure every thing is stocked and ready for the lunch rush. At firehouse I learned how to work with a team to accomplish a task that sometimes gets very hectic.
meet a lot of different people, learn communication
Cashier/Supervisor (Former Employee) – Smyrna, GA – October 31, 2015
i enjoyed working at Firehouse Subs..the staff was very friendly and we worked as a team always even on a busy busy day the customers stayed calm and friendly..i would come in to work make sure everything was clean and prepped before the second shift came in and in would count down my register and begin assisting my customers..anything the customers needed I was there to help
Crew Member (Current Employee) – Hamburg, NY – October 18, 2015
A typical day at Firehouse Subs was to take care of the customers who came through, prepare and serve food, clean and manage store. Customer interaction is big and making sure everyone is satisfied with their meal.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Griffin, GA – October 17, 2015
For the most part FireHouse Subs was a great place to work with fabulous service. It was usually pretty busy and upbeat, which worked out well because the employees' worked great together to get the job done and done correctly. The Management was not always the best, but improved over time.
Crew (Current Employee) – Eau Claire, WI – October 8, 2015
Great management at this locatiom, food is fantastic and coworkers are fun. Never a dull moment. Flexible scheduling. They like to promote from within. Good company with values that gives back to the community.