LEARNING TO MAKE ALL THESE DIFFERENT SANDWICHES WAS AMAZING TO ME I LOVED WORKING FOR SUBWAY I AVANCED IN MY JOB FAST I ENDED UP BEING THE MAIN NIGHT CLOSER MY BOSS WAS THE BEST IF I WAS MESSING SOMETHING UP HE WOULD TELL ME AND I WOULD FIX IT AS SO AS I COULD I WOULD SOMETIMES WORK DOUBLE SHIFTS I STARTED TO LEARN MORE BUT I WAS LET GO BUT I HAVE A LOT OF CERIFICATES THAT WILL HELP ME BETTER MY SELF
Subway is known for having a ton of ingredients to make a sandwich from. But - how many total different sub combinations are there?
A. 92 B. 1,754 C. 567,830 D. 38 million
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I used to work closing shifts at Subway and I had a customer come in about 15 minutes before close. Coulda been worse, it wasn’t like it was 5 minutes before. He seemed like he was really hungry, and wanted a specialty sandwich.. It was so weird I still remember it: honey oat footlong with tunafish, meatballs, NO cheese, extra mayo, and a two cookies split in half on each side. He was the first person I’d seen ask for a cookie on the sandwich.. Have y'all had any weird sandwich requests?
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!
The most stressful day was extremely stressful. Customers didn't stop coming, my co-workers were not fully trained (I was the only one fully trained), we ran out of bread and cookies and I had to find time to bake, wait on customers, and do whatever my co-workers could not.
I would make sure employees are fully trained before being left on their own. I would also let employees have a free footlong sub instead of a 6 inch and cookie. Happy employees give great service.