cashier, & customer service (Former Employee) – Prineville, OR 97754 – August 26, 2016
Subway was a pretty fun place to work. The scheduling needed some improvement. I liked only working and dealing with one manager in my job here instead of multiple managers that didn't communicate. The scheduling was very unfair and the manager did favor two people over anyone else because their mom lost her job. I was scheduled 0 hours a week with 6 check ins. Meaning you call 15 minutes to 6 and see if they needed you and you were expected to be there by 6. It was difficult to make plans or have a daily normal life with this tye of schedule. There was no advancement with this company due to only having one manager. I loved my coworkers here and I became family to several of them and it made my job enjoyable.
Great first-job experience. I learned a lot about the working environment with this job.
Shift Manager (Former Employee) – Maple Valley, WA – August 26, 2016
This was a very first job. This job taught me many important lessons about good customer service, working with a variety of different co-workers, and job advancement. It provided a flexible schedule which was helpful in high school and provided me with many skills to apply to future jobs,
Half off lunches, adequate advancement opportunities, great co-workers.
Sandwich Artist (Former Employee) – Taunton, MA – August 26, 2016
It was nice and productive, making people sandwiches their own way and with their liking, but besides that everything was fine, i enjoyed woking with friendly coworkers, satisfying the customers and cleaning up around the store
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Brandon, FL – August 26, 2016
productive enjoyed customers and the relationships with them management changed a lot but the customers were friendly for the most part it was a fun work environment . a typical day there was mostly customer service some dishes here and there the hardest part was my management it changed all the time so it became very unorganized and kinda stressful.my co workers were the best i loved all of them and they were great workers we always had a good system.
Sandwich Artist and Cashier (Current Employee) – Pensacola, FL – August 26, 2016
At Subway there are many responsibilities. There is also lots of down time. The times where responsibilities come in is when baking. No matter what you always need to remember that the oven is on. When putting bread in the oven DO NOT forget to set the timer. Employees are supposed to have evaluations every three months, but as long as I have been there I have only seen one given to one employee.
Management is hard to get in contact with when needed. No employee evaluations to help get a raise.
Sandwich Artist/Cashier (Former Employee) – La Porte, IN – August 26, 2016
Working for Subway was hard. The management is very family oriented and they treated me kind of badly. I was pregnant and was working 10-12 hours a day and it just became too much. I was fired and denied unemployment.
Meeting new people
Working with people you knew who didn't care for you.
Subway Sandwich Artist (Former Employee) – Hardin, TX – August 26, 2016
All aspects are very wonderful and professional working environments, I've learned the importance of TACT and most importantly who I am as an individual and how I have a gift to make others around me know that they have the right guy, that everything is taken in to consideration and tended to in a timely and orderly fashion...
Easy to progress and move up in position, competitive pay, willing to teach
Can be fun if you enjoy the people you're working with but I often felt overworked and underappreciated by the customers as well as the management. Customers can also be very demanding so it helped build patience.
Free sandwich every day
Not enough raises, demanding customers, overworked and understaffed at times.
Food Clerk (Former Employee) – Prosser, WA – August 25, 2016
Typical day at work involved providing customer service and making sandwiches...obviously. My manager was awesome! Always friendly and encouraging others, and knew how to handle problems in a professional manner. My coworkers were great. Easy to get along with and everybody did their job. Hardest part of the job was closing the store by myself. Sometimes there would be game trips and so a whole buss load of people would come in plus the regular customers. Most enjoyable part of the job was having a great team of people to work with. I learned a lot as far as customer service goes. Treat people how you would like to be treated.
foodhandler (Former Employee) – Hempstead, TX – August 25, 2016
I love working their at subway in Hempstead TX the coworker were ever nice the management was a great I love them. I love the food and I had really flexable hours and I really enjoy it a lot I have learn a lot from that job how to be communicate and learn how to treat your costumer with respect and I a typical day at work was easy except for lunch hour but it was really a great job opportunity I had
Sandwich Artist (Former Employee) – Litchfield, MN – August 25, 2016
There isn't much room for advancement, but that is to be expected. i was in high school while employed here, and they were very accommodating with a flexible schedule to work around both school and homework. All of the fellow employees were extremely kind and always wanted to help in any way they could.