A good place to start, but, not good for the long term.
Pros: discounts on employee meals
Cons: having to leave your break due to customers, work load and trying to get out, but can't because there's customers and you're by yourself, etc.
I have learned many things at Subway and more than I would have learned if I would have been anywhere else. I started Feb. 2013, and started working the busy lunch shift, it was there I learned the proper way of how to make sandwiches and how to run the cash register. Later on I was trained on closing and the procedures there, such as how/what to clean, what needs to be turned off when, etc. However, after my training, I ended up being the only employee on my shift, and with dishes to do and the other duties along with having to serve customers, I usually don't end up getting out until after midnight and it was fine for a while, but, later I spoke up about needing some help and have multiple times and nothing has been done about it. Also, if a customer comes in and you're eating or on break, you're expected to leave your food and serve them, which, to me is very inconsiderate, considering if I'm starving or about to pass out, I have to leave my food just to serve them. If you don't do one of your duties correctly by mistake, you can still get in a lot of trouble. it can be a good place if you're starting out, and I am forever grateful that they gave me a job and took a chance on me, but, with the management change and everything, I don't see myself being there much longer.