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I went for the job in one of the subway in Swansea. They took me and told me I have to do training before joining them. The training was unpaid that they didn’t notified me. However. On the name of training I just washed the trays and cleaning. after the training they said me we only take under 25 people as they can save labour cost. The subway franchises are worst then any other job places. Do not recommend to do free training. As most of them are fraud.

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I had moved out of the area and handed in my 2week notice and had told my manager at the Rawtenstall subway I had no issues with travelling back and forth until my notice was over... Next thing I know I was removed from the group chat and taken off of the work rota without even being told and left with no wages for that 2week notice period, when I messaged the manager of the shop I was spoken to like a piece of dirt and his words were "I am the manager and I decide who gets the hours"

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I had moved out of the area and handed in my 2week notice and had told my manager at the Rawtenstall subway I had no issues with travelling back and forth until my notice period was over... Next thing I know I was removed from the group chat and taken off of the work rota without even being told and left with no wages for that 2week period, when I messaged the manager of the shop I was spoken to like a piece of dirt and his words were "I am the manager and I decide who gets the hours".

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I can leave this job because salary is not enough.

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If you were ill you had to sort out the shift you were missing yourself, perform countless managerial tasks without any perks, work long hours alone, lock up alone, etc. Terrible, unsafe conditions. Can't have a single off without work trying to contact you. Minimum wage for maximum effort. The stress just wasn't worth it.

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Diabolical wage from the Accrington store...not enough hours given due to favouritism from the manager and when I handed in three weeks notice I was put on no rota for my notice period so had no wage

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Simply not worth the money. No benefits, not competitive and its the exact same thing everyday.

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Relocated to another Subway store

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The management was bad. Would call you up at 10pm and ask you to work somebody else's shift. If you called in sick you were either told to find your own cover or go in anyway. Food wasn't free which took up quite a bit of wages (£2 for a footlong when you're being paid £5.60 an hour isn't great). Generally if it was busy it was ok but if not then the day went really slow. Training was bad as people who worked there a few weeks had to train other people. Stock was often low so customers would complain frequently.

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Because the manger was very disrespectful, rude for no reason

Answered - Subway Sandwich Artist (Former Employee) - London, Greater London

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