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    John Chidsey
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  • Founded
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    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (AUD)
  • Industry
    Restaurants & Food Service
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    Subway website
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Sandwich Artist in Woree QLD
on 17 May 2022
Overall it’s a good part time job but not career wise
Currently working there (6 months), love the management and people i work with! Sometimes there are long hours (with senior staff) but overall, they’re very flexible with your availability.Caution: it’s part time not casual so no casual loading which sucks
Team Member in Mooloolaba QLD
on 17 May 2022
I worked here in Mooloolaba and Kawana stores and had a very bad experience being understaffed with only 2 staff when needed 5 or 6 during peak times. Management didn't do anything to help when there were issues and I was paid poorly. Few workers were okay to get along with however others were hard to deal with such as vaping underage out the back while we tried to serve customers. There was very fast turn over of staff where people wouldn't come back after first trial and only two stayed through months of working. Therefore we weren't trained because they didn't take time for that. I don't like to give bad reviews and have heard of other good subways to work at but here was a very poor experience.
customer service in Carrum Downs VIC
on 15 May 2022
Stressful + Poor management
You aren’t treated well for how much you put into the company, the staff are always good but the workload is so stressful for minimum pay, since they’re always pushing you to do better and go above and beyond but don’t appreciate you for it
Sandwich Artist in Brisbane QLD
on 22 April 2022
Not Worth It
Management is terrible at Subway. They don't care about their staff regardless of what they say. I've worked across multiple stores and all I can say is that it's disappointing how much we work for such little pay. But, I would recommend this job for a junior high school student, it provides decent work experience. As a senior staff member, I got asked several times to cover multiple shifts over various stores, they wouldn't respect my availability - no matter how many times I tell them + update it. The management team is quick to blame the staff without really looking into anything. I've noticed Subway staff members gossip a quite a bit... It low-key feels like high school over again. The hardest part of the job would be when your junior staff doesn't want to do their part or don't do it properly, so, you have to backtrack and do their jobs (again). If not that, the lack of staff when working at certain points - some nights we can't close the store at the delegated time due to sales and cleaning jobs (we only have 2 staff members). The only things I enjoyed at subway were the free meals (occasionally)/ 50% all meals on shift. The workplace is toxic although you do meet some cool people.
Support Worker in Melbourne VIC
on 15 April 2022
not good job
the money was very bad and management is very different and allways changing as they moved store to store but i only worked there 1 day a year so it was fine.

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Process takes about a day or two

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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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