When you turn in your Subway application online it will eventually be reviewed and the specific restaurant you are targeting will be informed. However, wouldn’t it make more sense knowing that Subway restaurants are franchise owned, to visit the restaurant of your choice and inquire about applying so that you can meet the staff there and possibly even the owner? It’s a known fact that many owners supervise and operate the daily routine of their Subway sandwich shops. This is because most franchises for this big chain start out as small businesses located usually in a very high traffic area such as plazas or shopping malls and it takes a lot of effort from all of those involved in the operation to build it into a bigger and successful business. Search for Subway jobs in your area at Job.com.
Before you submit your Subway application online and press the send button, consider visiting the restaurant of your choice and try your best to meet the owner or manager. A lot of times the supervisor is actually the owner and this would be a great opportunity to make a great first impression. Let them know that you would you would like to submit an application for the company and that you specifically want to work there. This is one of a few restaurants where you don’t have to apply online because of the franchise owned operations. So, take advantage of this fact and do your best to present yourself as a personable individual who can get any task done.
Either way, some managers or owners will ask you to return home and submit the Subway application there. That really does not matter; what’s important is that you meet the staff and that you’ve made a good first impression so that when you follow up later on, they know exactly who you are and what your potential as a worker is. When a company sees the person who is applying in person it makes it much easier for them to make an educated decision as to whether to hire them or not. By showing up to the actual restaurant you will give yourself quite an advantage over any other applicant.