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Customer Reduced To Tears By Words Written On Subway Order

Customer Reduced To Tears By Words Written On Subway Order

A California woman is threatening Subway with legal action after an employee wrote the words "big mama" on the box containing her order. Read More »

Off-Duty TSA Worker A Hero After Saving Woman Who Fell On Subway Tracks

Off-Duty TSA Worker A Hero After Saving Woman Who Fell On Subway Tracks

'I wasn't even thinking about putting myself in danger'

An off-duty Chicago transit worker credits good training with the successful rescue of a woman who had fallen onto the tracks. Read More »

Subway to Remove 'Yoga Mat' Chemical from Bread Following Food Blogger's Petition

'Dough conditioner' may induce asthma at high levels

Power to the people. A blogger's petition asking Subway to stop using a chemical in its bread has prompted the franchise to remove the ingredient. Read More »

Humorous Signs Make The Day Better For NYC Subway Conductors

Humorous Signs Make The Day Better For NYC Subway Conductors

Yosef Lerner wanted conductors to know they are seen as human

A NYC creative director and his partner embarked on an experiment to recognize subway drivers. The end result was a lot of happy faces and a video of the tale. Read More »

'Undercover Boss' Reveals The 'Most Generous' CEO Of All

Without fail, the CEOs featured on "Undercover Boss" lavish their employees with extravagant gifts and promotions. But there's been a good deal of skepticism about how genuine these bosses actually are about helping the rank-and-file. This past Friday, the CBS reality series devoted the episode to celebrating... Read More »

Fast Food Workers Strike In Second Major City

Fast Food Workers Strike In Second Major City

Ever since she began working as a cashier for the Protein Bar restaurant chain in downtown Chicago a year and a half ago, says Amie Crawford, she's felt mistreated. The 56-year-old has yet to be made a full-time staffer, as she was told she would be. And despite 30 years of employment history, including working... Read More »

Police Officer Saves Man Who Stepped In Front Of Train [VIDEO]

Police Officer Saves Man Who Stepped In Front Of Train [VIDEO]

Working for the police can mean saving lives. But it's not every day that you actually have... Read More »

NYC-Area Workers Face Daunting Commute, After Hurricane Sandy

NYC-Area Workers Face Daunting Commute, After Hurricane Sandy

Tens of thousands of Americans still aren't going to work in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, the largest tropical storm ever known to make landfall in the Northeast. Many have no work to go to -- with all the businesses in lower Manhattan still without electricity. But for those determined to get to the office... Read More »

9 Well-Paying Jobs That Don't Require A Degree

9 Well-Paying Jobs That Don't Require A Degree

Richard Branson, Rachael Ray, Mark Zuckerberg and Lady Gaga all have two things in common: 1) They are incredibly successful; 2) They are college dropouts. While it's a common belief that in order to be successful and make a lot of money you need to have a college degree, those four prove that's not... Read More »

More Workers Complaining Employers Cheat Them Of Overtime Pay

More Workers Complaining Employers Cheat Them Of Overtime Pay

The owner of three Subway shops won an award that no boss would want to receive. After workers in Anil Dhawan's stores in Vancouver, British Columbia, complained that they were pressured to waive their right to overtime pay, labor activists there awarded Dhawan the "Bad Boss Award." The Employee Action and... Read More »

Boston Transit Workers Reminded To 'Stay Awake' On Job

Boston Transit Workers Reminded To 'Stay Awake' On Job

Most Americans don't need reminding to do their jobs. It usually goes with showing up for work each day. Garbage men pick up garbage, teachers teach and accountants double-check their math. In Boston, however, it seems that some mass-transit employees can't be trusted to stay awake. The Massachusetts Bay... Read More »

'Undercover Boss' Don Fertman No Longer Subway Sandwich Virgin

'Undercover Boss' Don Fertman No Longer Subway Sandwich Virgin

It was a long road that led 'Undercover Boss' Don Fertman from singing as an orange Crayon in a pop band, to serving as the chief development officer of Subway, the 14 billion dollar sandwich empire with 33,000 stores in 93 countries. That road included a pit stop in rehab for drug and alcohol abuse, which... Read More »

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