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Yes, all training is paid.
Yep, manager taught me how to clock on in and out. I got paid for the 3 hour training, but we're going forward next week too with sandwiches and whatever else is asked of me.
I’ve worked for 5 days training in subway sometimes 8 hours sometime 6 some of them 10 and I didn’t get pay a penny they still deciding if I got the job is it that possible?
Yes the second i walked in for training i clocked in no matter what once you are clocked in it counts twords your hours worked hence your pay even if you are just learning what to do and how to do it
How I look at it doing University of dubway... They want you to learn your stuff... Last time I checked it's training... They have to pay you for that
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I am currently under training period at subway Joyce collingwood and the owner refuses to pay for the training period I am going through. What am I suppose to do ?
All employees are paid for all work done, whether it is training or regular work. Subways do not necessarily have a "training period". When someone is hired for a position with Subway, they are hired to learn as quickly as possible from day one. There are always things changing with Subway, so training is ongoing. Even employees who have been around for quite a while are still training on the new things that are introduced.
If an employee is doing anything other than sitting on a break, they are to be clocked in, and therefore are being paid for the work they are performing.
Yes, but training is only 12 hours.
I would hardly call it training, but yes
Yes you will be paid when you get trained.