Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Fort Worth, TX – June 15, 2013
Pros: fast food
Cons: pour pay
Assigned work task and stations, managed payroll, scheduled work hours for employees. · Communicated customer complaints and solutions with staff. · Facilitated weekly department meetings. · Promoted customer satisfaction with personal interaction.
Cashier and Crew Member (Current Employee), Orlando, FL – June 4, 2013
Pros: free food
Cons: breaks, heathcare
1.A typical day at work is the same day everyday. 2.I learn how to mange the register and how to manger customer service better and learn how to make the subs. 3.Management is okay always there to help you out 4.The hardest part when to calm down a anger customer but learning to handle the best way i ca. 5.The most enjoyable part of my job is seeing – more... customer full and enjoy their subs – less
Food service worker/cashier (Current Employee), Fort Worth, TX – May 31, 2013
Would prep for the day and some for the following day. Learned to serve and wait on customers. Co-workers were very easy to get along with and very helpful in the training period. The most enjoyable part of the job was waiting on and helping the customers.
This particular location should be stayed away from.
Store Manager (Former Employee), Mandeville, LA – May 24, 2013
Cons: poor work enviornment in all ways.
This location should be shut down and completely renovated. The franchise owner does not allow ethics to have any input into his business decisions. He has no qualms in ripping off the customers by serving them less food that is advertised, and food whose quality and freshness are unacceptable. Repairs that effect the cleanliness of the location are – more... ignored as long as they can be disguised during health inspections. He uses several cons so as to syphon moneys from his employees earned paychecks back into his personal pocket, and insures that he hires young and naïve employees so that these scams can be more easily accomplished. Any questioning into these discrepancies, or actually just because he can, he constantly reminds his employees that Louisiana is a "Right to Work" state and that he can fire any employee for no reason at all, even if he just doesn't like them. This is not a supportive employment opportunity in any way. – less
Wonderful learning experience for a young adult to get accurate perspective of running a business.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Mesquite, TX – April 27, 2013
Pros: great learning experience of what to do, not to do, and how to produce a better outcome next time.
Cons: store closed
Opened/Closed store, food prep, trained new employees, set up/count down opening and closing til. Customer service relations, handling problems or issues as well as exceeding expectation for overall customer satisfaction. Various marketing campaigns whether sent from corporate or as a independent strategy to generate catering orders and /or increase – more... customer base.
Maintain operating costs within specific percentages allotted for each cost.i.e paper costs, labor costs, food costs.
Weekly inventory count, responsible for the first phase in interviewing/hiring new employees.
Personally responsible for remaining within required level of food and above a certain level of handling safety and sanitary expectations for Texas Health Code, Mesquite Food Handling Requirements, and also Quizno's Bi-Annual Audit of Franchise practices, policies, and contractual procedural requirements. – less
Great co-workers, productive days, good enviornment
Shift Leader (Current Employee), Ottumwa, IA – April 21, 2013
Pros: nice discount
Cons: part time hours, strict uniform
I have learned a lot at Quiznos. I believe it has gave me a good work ethic, better people skills, time management, etc. The hardest part of the job is also the most enjoyable part for me, it's our lunch rush. It is so busy during the rush and I feel challenged. A typical day for me involves getting through the rush in a smooth manner, making sure prep – more... gets done and gets done correctly, and the store gets cleaned and stays clean throughout the entire shift. My managers are a great mixture of friend and boss. They are strict when they have to be but also caring. The co-workers are wonderful and I like every one that I have. – less
Crew Member (Former Employee), Visalia, CA – April 4, 2013
Pros: free food, awesome co workers, great atmosphere, great customers, was fantastic learning expirience
Cons: poor scheduling, health concerns in back of shop, tips were split unjustly, food quality diminished
as i left a door to door sales job for this one it was amazing to be working inside and not just knocking on doors i really liked the job but was disappointed when the new owners had lost three employees from poor operation and inability to schedule properly i enjoyed the interaction with people and the dynamic of being part of a team again no part – more... of this job was truly difficult but all the dishes were quite monotonous yet made the time pass quickly – less
Team member (Former Employee), Nashua, NH – March 23, 2013
Pros: free lunch, half off meals, decent pay
busy and steady most days, i learned new food and opening and closing as well as inventory and ordering product, managment was good he new what he was doing and how to motivate employees, coworkers were cool we worked well together, inventory days putting away product, being at work
Food Handler (Former Employee), Lomita, CA – March 22, 2013
Pros: only paid half price for my lunches on my lunch break.
Cons: worked during my breaks and lunch breaks
My typical day at work consisted of cleaning the kitchen, dining area, preparing the food upon customers request and helping the customers out with any questions or concerns they had. I learned how to work in a resturaunt envirement. My co-workers were very fun as were my managers, very professional. The hardest part of the job was memorizing what exactly – more... went on the the many different sandwhiches, salads, and soups we had. Over all I enjoyed the challenge and the experience. – less