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I worked at Subway part-time (More than a year)
- My manager was very accommodating/understanding to my work schedule. Sometimes I would get swamped with projects in school, and as long as I could find a replacement I could call off. - You learn the strengths of your coworkers (like who is faster at cutting bread, putting the veggies, or working the register), which allows you to find the best way to work quickly and efficiently as a team. - You will learn to have patience if you don't already. Of course you will always encounter the rude, annoying, and mean customers regardless of how nice you are no matter where you work, but you'd be surprised how crazy some people can get over a sub.. or even a free cookie! - When I first worked there, we got a 6inch sub meal for free (only when we were working). After 6 months, management changed the rule and we only got 50% off. Yes that's still an amazing deal, but nothing beats completely free hahah.
Don't really have any legitimate cons... just some small nit-picky things that aren't much to complain about. For example, it's always hot cause you're in front of the ovens. As a college student, I would sometimes have to work in the morning right before classes. Because of the lack of time, I wouldn't be able to shower and would smell like "Subway" or the classic bread smell all day haha.
Advice to Management
I think management is doing well. When I worked there, we were required to go to company meetings I believe every month or so. While at times they seemed boring and pointless (even though yes they did have a purpose), it showed the professionalism of the company.