Manager (Former Employee) – Sunderland – 20 April 2018
i worked my way from being normal staff to supervisor then manager, i learnt allot about the day to day running of a business, i learnt food hygiene,i learnt how to make the perfect sandwich and best of all i spoke to people day in day out on face to face basis and i got to know allot of new people
Sandwich Artist (Former Employee) – Cyprus Station – 19 April 2018
A typical day at work can be very fun. The hardest part of the job is sometimes dealing with customer complaints. The workplace culture is very good, motivating employees to do their best when serving customers
Fun workplace, enjoyable, relaxed at times, challenging
Sandwich Artist (Current Employee) – Bangor, County Down – 17 April 2018
A day in Subway would usually consist of serving customers, prepping foods, washing dishes and other extra cleaning. In my time at Subway I learned how to deal with customer complaints, how to work efficiently and also how to manage with the pressure that comes with working in an intense environment.
business was a franchise and went bankrupt was old and run down cause the owner never put money into it. was able to cope with what I had but was not the best place I ever worked at. I am sure there are better shops of subway out there
Fast Food Worker (Current Employee) – Solihull, West Midlands – 14 April 2018
Subway is s good place to learn how to work however it isn’t a job where you can relax you have to be on your toes all the time and you have to work quickly through customers. The pay isn’t the best as it’s minimum wage therefore I have to work long hours in order to earn a decent pay check.
the enjoyable part of the job was meeting new customers and chatting to them while doing work, the hardest part of the job was learning to close up and cash up on my own for the first time . i was shown how to put all the food away for next day i was shown how to do everything my a manager. i also learned how to make up sandwhiches by cuttng the bread and how to use a touch screen till trying to get all the orders right on first day
i was getting free lunch and dinner at end of shift
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Birmingham, West Midlands – 9 April 2018
Subway provided me with the opportunity to acquire essential skills and knowledge. Subway also provided me with ample opportunity to progress in my career and provided a challenging and rewarding career experience.
Customer facing role is good, can be quiet at times. Friendly people and nice location. Fun making the sandwiches and working as a team. Takes some time to learn all the food products and measurements.
Sandwich Artist (Current Employee) – Stretford – 5 April 2018
Fast paced environment, friendly people, good pay, unfortunately the store I work at I work alone sometimes and it can be way too much as should have at least two people on shift as it gets busy at any time
shop assistant (Current Employee) – Tynemouth – 4 April 2018
I enjoy working for this company and have never been disappointed to go to work. A typical day would involve checking and rotating stock, serving customers, handling money and closing the store. I have learnt how to deal with all customer types and all about food health and hygiene guidelines. Management have helped me out tremendous amounts through out the time that I have worked at the store. I always felt that they were easy to approach and could always ask them if I needed help. The hardest part of the job was watching other employees coming into the store and not caring about the job because "it is only subway". I feel that, it should not matter where you work, you should always do your best. The most enjoyable part of the job was interacting with the customers and being trusted with money and with closing the shop. It was also nice to have a mix of working alone and working in a team.