its subway, sandwiches yadda...yadda..
but im here to write a review about the current employees and there in some case's bother some habits.
theres 4 workers of whom i know that i've seen and met 2 over nighters a boy and an older lady, and theres a rather wieghty young lady and another young lady who looks about 15 that work mornings - evenings.
the overnight folks i have not had any problems with at all the boy particularly is really good about how he makes the sandwiches and always does it just like you ask you want extra olives he puts extra olives on you want half the regular amount of lettuce and he does it fairly well. the older lady shes... more shy about how she makes her sandwiches and while not bad, there not entirely to my preferences.
now then the 2 problem area's... the weighty morning girl other doesn't care or is very ignorant because her sandwiches are half ass and no where near how i asked for...ever.. if shes out of an item or near enough to were it should be replaced shes bad about it. i have literally gotten 1 olive on my sandwich a few times out of her laziness.
the other morning girl is not as bad but i swear shes deaf, as i often have to repeat my self over and over and over...
overall i like subway quiet a bit, but i tend to go at night at this point i personally don't like the day shift.
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