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Subway Careers and Employment

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  • CEO
    John Chidsey
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (AUD)
  • Industry
    Restaurants & Food Service
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Store Manager
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Sandwich Artist in Logan City QLD
on 8 April 2021
Hit or miss
I didn't work at Subway for long, only for 2 months but I started disliking it so much in such a short amount of time.What I didn't like was how understaffed the place I worked at was. I handled a lot of closing shifts and whilst I was still new there, I was already trying to teach juniors (under 18 years old) when I didn't even know what to do since I wasnt trained. Which leads me to my next point.I didn't get any training, whilst the other workers who were working there for a long time did. I may have been a senior in the workplace but I still wasn't sure with the menu, baking bread and cookies, and the system.Also, the higher ups in the company are very rude. When I had a busy Thursday night shift, a junior who was new was working with me and we couldn't finish all duties. On the day where I handed my uniform (I wasn't even given the full and new uniform) and keys back, the ops manager told me I should've been able to do everything because "it wasn't busy" the previous day I was working which it was because of online orders and large amount of customers... I just knew straight away I would never work at Subway again.Also, the work culture is horrible. Employees didn't even know each other.
Sandwich Artist in Mount Ommaney QLD
on 15 March 2021
Fun, fast paced workplace
Working at subway was one of my favourite workplaces, with a great team we were able to complete tasks and built rapport with many customers. Flexible work hours which is great for for parents and students, the pay is what you would expect for a fast food franchise, nothing you could live off comfortably but great for the you you fer crowd looking for some extra cash and work experience.
Sandwich Artist in Gold Coast QLD
on 24 February 2021
working at subway includes a lot of food preperation and cleaning. It isn't very fun and it is alwyas busy at pacific fair or robina town centre which makes it not as fun and a big rush on everything you do. it can take from 10 minutes to 5 hours to prep one box of cucumbers when it is supposed to take 10 minutes. it takes this long because of how busy and rushed it gets. i want to move to retail instead of food because subway makes me not like working in food.
Sandwhich Artist in Labrador QLD
on 11 February 2021
Productive and Fun
Subway is a great first job as it teaches you a variety of skills that could be used to help with your future jobs. You also meet a lot of new people and create relationships with the customers that make them want to come back.
Crew Member - Part Time in Perth WA
on 7 February 2021
Only positive would be the Co-Workers
Subway: Garden CityJust your regular job but thats about it, not really much to advance or make a career with it, Open, Serve, Close.Management isnt the best, Very Short notice text rosters. Workplace needs an updateHardest part of the Job is the high expectations and under staffed periods.Most enjoyable parts: Breaks, Co Workers,
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I was asked about my previous retail experiences, I was given scenarios where I had to explain what I would do in those situations (ie. a customer complains, what do I do about it), was asked about work hours preferences and how much I’d be willing to work per week. Was also asked what I already know about the company and if I’ve eaten there before (surprisingly, I hadn’t! I knew nothing about Subway other than the fact they make sandwiches!).

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