I enjoyed working at Subway because of my coworkers and I loved my customers. I was well respected and I stayed very busy. I liked being a leader and teaching people how to have a good experience while also putting in the hard work and being a good example to others. My only real issue with the job was the pay. I am a very hard worker and I take pride in everything I do; however, I wasn't making enough money to cover my bills and sustain myself. I spoke to my employers about raises, or advancing in management and although they were promised , they were never received. I was getting paid less to do more work than everyone else combined and I worked more than the owners. When I am hired to a position I treat the business as if it is my own, I take my job seriously, do my best work, and treat the owners with respect. My employers did not feel the need to treat me in the same respect so I decided my time there was done. I learned a lot from this simple job, and overall I woud say it wasn't too bad.
comfortable routine work