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I am motivated to work hard at #Subway because

It was hard id work 7-15 hours a day employees or manager was doing drugs in back i was the only one cleaning and they had serious health violations then i got fired for brining the drug situation to there attition i busted my ass for subway lived two blocks away and put my heart into my work but they made me feel like if i didnt shut up or redate the expired food or not say anything about the drugs i wasnt one of them i covered for the manager for litterally everyone there cleaned and got undermined because i am a young women and not a man subway on interstate should be shut down for good

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Charmaine Artis
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Thats sad! It crazy how they want you to report things like that because they tell you this during your interview and as soon as you report it, it backfires on you ... that makes NO SENSE!

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What I loved working at #Subway

What I loved bout working for subway was the fact I didn’t have to work around all the grease like a fast food restraunt....

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Teen Jobs - Subway Hiring 50,000 Employees!

Subway plans to add up to 50K employees, joining QSR hiring spree. Search for local jobs and apply online today at https://www.subway.com

You must be at least 16 years old to work at Subway!

Subway announced Thursday that its franchisees will hire approximately 50,000 employees at participating North American restaurants starting this summer. Positions range from entry-level to management roles, read more

#Subway #teenjobs #parttime #fulltime #cashier #teammember

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I would recommend someone to work at #Subway because

I learned to like great deal from Subway they gave me an opportunity to become a manager which I've never was a manager before they also showed me how hard it was to be a manager they gave me plenty of opportunities and if I had the opportunity to work for Subway again I would most definitely take it

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A #stressful #Subway day

The most stressful day at Subway was when I was very SICK w/My diabetes My glad Coast level was both 60 I'm went into work, manager told my manager that my sugar levels were very high and then needed to go home but instead I was left alone in the store alone with my level so high I was dizzy and very faint and we on my regular customers when coming into the store could tell that I wasn't feeling well and was very concerned of my well-being my management did not seem to be concerned of my well-being that was the most stressful day evening or night of my life I now no longer work for Subway when I had work for the company for almost 6 to 7 years none of the management gave me any respect in my opinion they left me in the store alone to die alone !!!

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Stephanie Bonnain
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It was 460 not 60 and I felt that noone cared !!!

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The biggest mistake I made as a #Shiftlead at #Subway ...

Over ordered on a order.. Had a miss count..

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What I loved working at #Subway

Getting to know the customer. Making sure the food service area was always clean and welcoming.

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Drama at #Subway

A customer was having a bad day because she was getting food for her co-workers and they weren't specific about their orders. After making her food and joking with her she called and said I was rude(total lie) I was told to go home that day and wait til my boss called. She never did and I never went back!

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I was fired for not buying a store

I was an area supervisor for 13 years for subway, last may they said we can’t keep you if you want you can buy a store and be a store manager at another store or we have to let u go we will carry the loan. I politely said no; this store had a steady decline in sales and was $40,000 negative for the year, why would I buy that store!?Since this conversation last May they have closed that store.

After I declined the offer they said we can not afford you and we have to let you go, seriously is this legal??? I am having a hard time finding employment in the same field because they have ran my name through the mud inside the subway system. I don’t known what todo?

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Matt Bornhorst
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Hi Jason Burton - that sounds like a really terrible situation. I am sorry to hear about that. While this isn't the place to find legal advice, I would strongly advise contacting your local labor and telling them the situation. They are going to know the ins and outs of what you can do and what your next steps should be.

So this store was in the subway? With 13 years of area supervisor experience - have you considered branching out? There are tons of stores that need supervisors and store managers that you could be a great fit for. Additionally, many companies with that kind of reach could open up some other opportunities for you!

Have you tried using the job search tool here on Jobcase?

Just follow these steps!

1. Click on Jobs & Companies at the top of the page, or head over [here] (http://www.jobcase.com/jobs/search)

2. Enter a job into the search field where it says Job Title, Keywords, or Company.

3. Add in your location by filling in your City and State OR zip code. Then click the magnifying glass to search.

4. Once the list is up, click on “View Job" of any you are interested in and then apply.

Wishing you the best of luck with your job search!

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