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    John Chidsey
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (AUD)
  • Industry
    Restaurants & Food Service
  • Headquarters
    Milford Connecticut, Unit...
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Sandwich Artist in Parramatta NSW
on 27 September 2022
ordinary place to work
lots of things to memorize to make a sandwich. It was pretty stressful experience to deal with various customers for me. But nice place to meet people and co-worker. The bad thing is a lower wage under 18.
Subway Sandwich Artist in Wembley WA
on 30 September 2022
fun but not worth it
it is very fun to work but the pay is not good. you get a sub every shift so you can change what you want every time but I wouldn't recommend if u have friends at your work place i think it could compensate the money not being good but ye don't really recommend
Manager in Queensland
on 25 September 2022
Garbage of the hospitality industry
Pay is awful, work life balance is awful even as management. Everyone is miserable and doesn’t want to be there. Under staffed load of the time because they don’t wNt to pay older staff
Subway Sandwich Artist in Hervey Bay QLD
on 24 September 2022
Fast paced and relatively fun
I had this job in high school and they did accomodate for me if I said I had to study or do a project. But the management were not the greatest to most workers. I saw one (who had access to cameras from home) come in to yell at a boy about him doing something and in all honesty it wasn’t that bad. They do make sure you’re fully trained before you’re put out there alone as well which is good. But occasionally you have to do a fair bit of overtime bc of under staffing.
Sandwich Artist in Victoria
on 13 September 2022
Fast-paced environment, good for a first job
Worked here for about 2.5 years. It was fairly easy to get used to, and as a first job, helped me in learning some foundational skills that helped me in future jobs. Customers were rarely ever the issue, the major downside I had was the management-- or lack thereof. Our store didn't have a manager, but rather the owner/boss that managed everything. He constantly sent our rosters at 11PM the day before the new week would start, pay checks were generally 1-2 weeks overdue, and he would constantly overstep boundaries with employees, curse about them and gossip about them to other employees. Because you only work with 1-2 other people on your shift, you're also expected to carry your weight and more. If you don't-- expect snide remarks from your coworkers.This job isn't a bad place to work at for your first job, but I wouldn't recommend working here for more than 2 years. Honestly though, the type of experience you get working at Subway depends on the location and who owns it.

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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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