Crew Member (Former Employee) – Hamden, CT – March 1, 2019
No I’m not someone who’s mad at something someone else did . It’s just sad how a company will bring you in , promise all kinds of accolades and then give you 10 hours a week . I was told after 4 weeks I’ll be a shift manager . I worked hard busted my butt for those weeks ( that’s how i regularly work) then i had a small car accident . I’m fine I’m thinking I’ll be able to get right once the pay raise happens .... then boom they say i cany he manager without a car .....
General employee/Sub maker (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – February 13, 2019
My personal experience working there was an issue concerning a certain member of management more so than the other employees. I do however like the brand, the people, and the products. i mean, theyre god subs. I just had a bad experience with some of the management, and i hope it has since been resolved.
Crew Member/Head Weekend Caterer (Former Employee) – Ann Arbor, MI – January 15, 2019
It gets super hectic, but the managers and other workers are chill enough that it makes it worth it at the end of the day. Also, I worked catering 1/2 of the week and that was definitely the much more enjoyable half. Try to do catering if at all possible!!
Shift Supervisor/Line Cook (Former Employee) – Albany, NY – January 3, 2019
The best part of the day is prepping time. The team is fun and gets along well. The environment is fast-paced, but it helps the day go by fast. I would highly recommend working at DiBella's if you are looking to work in food service. Their schedules are flexible, so it would make a great job for a student or part-time worker.
Former employee (Former Employee) – Latham, NY – December 8, 2018
The managers at dibellas have no respect their favoritism allows uncomfortable working atmospheres they have no understanding of emergency situations outside your job I’ve seen them serve food that has fallen in garbages and on the floor also the pay isn’t worth the labor
It’s a company that doesn’t have their stuff together
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Michigan – December 1, 2018
It’s an easy job! I loved it at first. But then you realize that every other fast casual restaurant pays more for their assistants and GMs. There’s no bonuses for assistants either. It’s an flexible job if you’re going to school but as far as a career with this company - don’t hold your breath.
Decent schedules, discounts
No breaks, stressful, short staffed, no benefits, no bonuses.
Catering Coordinator/Manager (Current Employee) – CT – October 18, 2018
This job sucks you have to drive your own car you get gas but it basically covers your delivery’s that you did for the day so expect to be spending over 100 dollars in gas a week. People don’t always tip. You could have 1000 dollar order and get 10 dollars that goes into your paycheck so basically your getting about 5 dollars of that. Just don’t waste your time
Crew Member (Current Employee) – Mayfield Heights, OH – October 4, 2018
The job is very easy and customers are mostly friendly . I worked at Dibella's Subs for 2 years and I am not satisfied with the salary. There is not much room for advancement. There were a few good managers.
Cook/Prep (Former Employee) – Southfield, MI – October 1, 2018
Dibellas was a nice place to work great customer and staff but the hours were too low and there was really no chance for advancement the management was good but lack initiative to motivate their workers.
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Anonymous – September 28, 2018
Honestly this job was great. It was so relaxed and I was able to leave early a lot because not a lot of people showed up, giving more time to complete tasks. I actually recommended this job to a friend because, especially for a first job, it was really good. Didn't have to stay late and had very flexible hours. Definitely recommend. Management could have been better but considering its a minimum wage job that's to be expected.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – August 15, 2018
Overall fun fast paced working environment, around good coworkers.wonderful atmosphere and good job etiquette by higher staff. Even though slot of times my check wasn't on time I must say that the atmosphere was good.
Sandwich maker/cashier/prepper/Closer (Former Employee) – Troy, MI – August 8, 2018
It was a great place to work in the beginning, but once they started changing General Managers around it was to unorganized and there was no advancement all because I didn't have a car. I worked harder then most and it did't seem to matter to any party involved. They really seemed to pick favorites at the end before I left. I would never recommend working here
short- to no breaks, unorganized, little to no advancement
I got hired to be a shift supervisor when they first opened. they had me doing everything that shift supervisors do but kept giving me the run around about my raise. they end up firing me after the business slowed down and wouldn't give me unemployment. they don't offer anything good.
Low volume sales makes a lot of time for team building
General Manager (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – July 17, 2018
I was a General Manager in Indiana for 2 years. Dibellas is a good company to work for. If you have pre existing issues with old management most of them are gone. New district manager and new director of operations has made it much better. Wish I could have stayed longer! Low wage for AM makes it hard to find anyone that can have the GMs back when there gone.
Great schedules. Weekly pay
Not many, low wage for positions causes low potential managers