Just had a one on one conversation with the manager who asked me very basic questions. Nothing formal.
Réponse du - Store supervisor, Senior sandwich artist (Former Employee) - Pierrefonds, QC
Firstly, submission of resume and presence of vacancy. Also, skills of employee and interview by the manager.
They simply look at resumes and then gave a time for interview
Réponse du - Cashier (Former Employee) - Brampton, ON
Easy, fast, be honest, and be ready to work in a fast paced relationship
Réponse du - Sandwich Artist (Current Employee) - Toronto, ON
They ask you if you attend any recreational things such as school team if you are attending school to see how well they can make a schedule that is right for you, if you have reliable transportation.
Réponse du - Subway Sandwich Artist (Former Employee) - Fraser Lake, BC
Was asked questions about past work and academic experience, and job availability
Réponse du - PT Sandwich Artist (Former Employee) - Winnipeg, MB
The interview was easy for me. I was sat down with my resume as soon as I walked in.
Réponse du - Subway Sandwich Artist (Current Employee) - Coquitlam, BC
My interview was a group interview, which was really layed back, be yourself and be honest. That being said though, still be professional.
Réponse du - Team Member (Former Employee) - London, ON
Quick basic interview primarily based on interaction and communication skills
Réponse du - Sandwich Artist (Former Employee) - Montague, PE
Pretty straight forward, with a calm atmosphere.
Réponse du - Customer Service and Cash (Former Employee) - Saint John, NB