Subway employees dish on the biggest company secrets

Known for serving some of the freshest ingredients, Subway has seen quite a bit of success over the years.

The submarine sandwich chain first opened its doors in 1965, and since then, the restaurant has expanded its brand across the world.

While the company attributes much of its success to "delighting customers by serving fresh, delicious, made-to-order sandwiches," there's no denying that without the employees, better known as a 'sandwich artists,' the brand may not have attained as much recognition.

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So, how do the employees feel about the company?

In a recent Reddit thread, current and former workers dished on their experiences at Subway and some useful company secrets.

You can view their comments in the slideshow below:

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