The 3 employees behind the counter told him again there was nothing they could do and he had to get the same sandwhich. The gentleman walked out and threw the sandwhich on an empty seat. The situation was handled very bad by your employees.
I can’t believe it is in your policy not to replace or refund a sandwhich that taste bad or employees that yell at an unsatisfied customer to not come back.
Service and Sandwich were fine but unacceptably slow.
Reply The ONLINE SUBWAY JOB APPLCATION is horrible to use.
A then 17-year-old De Luca borrowed $1,000 from his friend Peter Buck to start the sandwich shop. In April 2018, the company announced that it would either close or relocate approximately 500 locations in the US to improve overall company profitability.
In 1984, the first franchise outside North America opened in Bahrain. Others found that this was true at their Subway shops as well and a lawsuit was filed in 2012.
This all occurs BEFORE the user even gets into the job application. I applied to a job, a few years ago at Johns Hopkins University, which took ONLY 4.0 HOURS to complete, but I had so much fun doing that online job application that I am going to try again to complete an online SUBWAY job application, because I have so much more time to waste now than ever before!
On to of all this SUBWAY online job application fun, they can also enjoy the issue of downloading a new “SUPPORTED” browser, just to apply to a low end job, as is found in Subway stores!
He was unhappy with the taste of footlong meatball sub (I was appalled when the employee behind the counter opened the sandwhich and inspected it! They told him since there was no hair in his food they could not replace his sandwhich with a different type he had to have the same type of sandwhich.
The guy raised his voice and said but that sandwhich taste like s**t.
The user must type in the Subway Store’s #, in order to apply online.