Great Coworkers, however management is to be watched carefully.
Shift Manager (Former Employee) – Leesburg, VA – February 5, 2018
Working there was an experience to say the least, my first few weeks were solid, however over the course of a few months, the management changed, favoritism was rampant, and if you did not comply fully to the new rules, which included bribes for keeping quiet on some of the more inappropriate instances from management, you were treated poorly and then terminated.
Sandwich Artist (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – January 16, 2019
My boss and coworkers were very nice. The environment was positive and low-stress. However, the pay is very low, I made 8.25 an hour. The highest paid person made 10/hr. I didn't like the idea of working and not making enough to support myself
Manager (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – January 15, 2019
At a relatively busy location, typical days include setting up for catering orders followed by lunch rushes. Food prep is done at all times and as needed, as well as cleaning. The workload can get very intense during rushes, but having a team makes the job much more fun, even during stressful times.
Terrible place to work if you plan to keep the job for a while.
Dining, Cashier, Line Cook (Former Employee) – Sun Prairie, WI – January 10, 2019
I was working there for about 2-3 months and I had a lot of family problems, and funerals but that no excuse even if I find a person to cover my shift THEY WERE STILL ON MY BUTT. I got fried because another co-worker(not a manager) told me, but I couldn't get in touch with any manager because they were avoiding me.
I feel like if there had been better management at the Which Wich I worked at I would have enjoyed it a lot more. I really liked working with my coworkers but after awhile I realized I was getting better pay from babysitting and I had more time on my hands as well. Usually I would close shop but when I came into work I would either prepare food in the back or join the line to make sandwiches. When I wasn't preparing or making food I would clean or assist customers. At the end of the day I closed the shop and had to make sure everything was prepared for the next day. I learned a lot of information behind simple restaurants and everything that needs to be managed. The workplace culture is fun until it's not and hardest part of the job is standing all day.
cashier/hostess/sandwich making (Former Employee) – Hoffman Estates, IL – December 19, 2018
The management is very poor at Which Wich. I was begging for hours most of the time, and when I did get hours it was exactly on the days I asked off from for school events months prior. I was always scrambling to find someone to cover my shifts, because the scheduling was so awful there. The manager is very unkind and unsympathetic. It gets extremely crowded around lunch time and they always understaffed.
Management was really kind and understanding- flexible scheduling. Pretty easy to get promoted. However, pay isn't great for the amount of work they expect us to do. Very high expectations for low pay.
Which Wich is a fine establishment with friendly management and flexible scheduling. The work is rather low-difficulty but requires up to two weeks of training before you begin receiving more than 15 hours a week. It is abundant in opportunities for advancement as long as you show the capabilities and initiative desired.
Food Prep (Former Employee) – Marble Falls, TX – December 9, 2018
This is a great job for those who are in high school or have just graduated and need some extra funds for college. Pay is decent enough but not best for those with a family. Company was fun to work for however.
Manager (Current Employee) – Grand Junction, CO – November 27, 2018
I think which wich is a good beginner job and teaches core values and great costumer service. I also think that they are a close knit community and care about the success of everyone and the accommodations to the costumers as well as the employees.