Subway Moving Corporate Offices To Miami, Relocating Employees From Connecticut

Subway is opening an office in Miami and will relocate part of its corporate headquarters here from Connecticut.

The new office will open in the spring of 2022 just west of Miami International Airport near Doral, according to the New York Post.

According to Patch.com, some of the jobs that will be relocating to Miami include consumer-facing roles such as marketing, culinary and communications staff.

Another division that will be relocating to Miami is “global transformation,” the New York Post reported.

“With its dynamic business climate, diverse population and multicultural influences, [Miami] was the ideal place to transition some of our consumer-facing roles,” a memo to employees said.

An office in Miami will allow the company “to keep our finger on the pulse of more cultural conversations and the evolving tastes of the modern consumer,” the memo added.

The number of jobs relocating to Miami represent 10 percent of the workforce at the company’s current headquarter in Connecticut, according to News 12. The company had 1,200 employees at their HQ at the start of 2020, but announced 500 layoffs over the course of the last year.

Subway CEO John Chidsey, who joined the company in 2019, owns a home in Coral Gables and is said to spend most of his time here.

 

(photo: Phillip Pessar)

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Anonymous
7 months ago

” just west of Miami International Airport near Doral”

So sorry to the employees.

Anonymous
7 months ago

It still beats Connecticut

Anonymous
7 months ago

does it ?

Anonymous
7 months ago

Yes, that’s why I posted it does.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Doral doesn’t beat Connecticut but downtown Miami does…trolltards

Anonymous
7 months ago

Have you ever been to CT?

Anonymous
7 months ago

Thankfully not, but I can read about their tax burdens and look at weather charts to know what is what.

Anonymous
7 months ago

exactly! Connecticut is like detroit compared to NYC …. CT is not nice unless you live in a 3 acre estate. otherwise, its a dump

NYC Loves Miami
7 months ago

Stamford CT is nice. You can own a house or condo and work in Manhattan by hoping on the Metro North. Not too bad.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Lol. Thanks for the laugh.

Anonymous
7 months ago

I’m originally from Connecticut. Almost everything beats CT. Doral > CT.

Anonymous
7 months ago

gross they can be stuck in traffic and have to learn spanish

Anonymous
7 months ago

Why would working in a Subway Corp. Office require Spanish?

Anonymous
7 months ago

It’s an unspoken rule you have to speak spanish to get a good job in Miami.

Anonymous
7 months ago

BS

Anonymous
7 months ago

What’s wrong with learning a second language??? …. as a multilingual person and a millennial, I consider your comment a micro aggression with racist undertones ! 🤨

Johnny
6 months ago

Only a dumb hillbilly retard would think that learning a second language specially a language like Spanish that’s spoken in more than half the world would be a bad thing.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Boo! Why Doral? Go downtown!

Anonymous
7 months ago

Why they chose Doral? Cheap office space. Free parking. Panoramic views of the Palmetto Xway.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Subway already has an office in Doral for Latin America

Anonymous
7 months ago

oye papi

Anonymous
7 months ago

It’s just Subway, relax.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Let’s get some Publix Sandwich stopes

Anonymous
7 months ago

Shops*

Anonymous
7 months ago

Publix subs are on par at best with Subway. what we need is more independent sub shops

Anonymous
7 months ago

You’ve obviously never had a Pub sub.

Anonymous
7 months ago

I have they are nothing to write home about, they are OK at best, go to a real sub shop to educate yourself

Anonymous
7 months ago

We should get MISeducated like yourself?

Anonymous
7 months ago

Or listen to Lauryn Hill…

Anonymous
7 months ago

I would not care for a plantain sub.

Marc
7 months ago

Wawa > Publix (and then there’s Subway which isn’t even in the same league as those two)

Azarius
7 months ago

More firehouse subs in Miami ‼️

Anonymous
7 months ago

Jimmy Johns is better than them

Azarius
7 months ago

No way the bread hard with limited toppings smh maybe Jersey Mikes

Anonymous
7 months ago

Publix subs. Thread f-ing over.

Anonymous
7 months ago

CEO is like, “hey guys I already live here so let’s go!”

Anonymous
7 months ago

Well
Now is the time to support them…

Azarius
7 months ago

Why not downtown. They being cheap.

Anonymous
7 months ago

They are cheap. It’s Subway! The probably got commercial space for $5 a foot😂

Anonymous
7 months ago

Yeah 5 dollar foot long!

Anonymous
7 months ago

It not “They,” it’s “They’re.” “They’re” is equivalent to saying “they are.”

Anonymous
7 months ago

If “they’re” is equivalent to “They are”, why try to correct the grammar when it was already correct to begin with? LOL.

Anonymous
7 months ago

“They being cheap” is correct grammar to you?

Azarius
7 months ago

😱 grammar police in comments section

Anonymous
7 months ago

Look, I try to point out the correct use and spelling of the English language to people whose first language is Spanish or something else but want to learn correct English terms. If someone like you don’t giveshit, then stop talking like you speak for others.

Anonymous
7 months ago

☝️It’s “doesn’t” not “don’t”…

Anonymous
7 months ago

Either word is correct… it’s just about semantics.

Azarius
7 months ago

I know correct grammar. Just choose when I want to grammatically correct.

Azarius
7 months ago

And English is the only language I know how to speak fluently.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Really?

Anonymous
7 months ago

hey mama simmer down

Anonymous
7 months ago

“Just choose when i want to grammatically correct”? Lol!

Anonymous
7 months ago

“Just choose when i want to grammatically correct”? Lol!

Yeah.. and I bet Azarius has a smart phone also!

Anonymous
7 months ago

It’s the sorry situation in the American “education” system today.

Anonymous
7 months ago

So sad, but, you are correct…

Anonymous
7 months ago

Subway already has a Latin America office in Doral and the CEO lives in Coral Gables, closer for them than Downtown.

Anonymous
7 months ago

yes they look out for their bottom line not for your opinion

Anonymous
7 months ago

Haha. Heck yeah they cheap. Their tuna isn’t even tuna.

Paul
7 months ago

Bring BK back to Miami. Burger King is Miami’s most well-known brand. It may be one of the worst of the major fast food chains but it’s huge in China.

Anonymous
7 months ago

They never left.

Paul
7 months ago

I thought the HQ moved to Canada when they merged with Tim Hortons

Anonymous
7 months ago

BK HQ still in Miami area, parent company is indeed Canadian. That parent company also owns Popeyes, and their HQ was recently moved from Atlanta to Miami.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Technically it’s Brazillian, owned by the same hedge fund that owns AB InBev and Kraft-Heinz. It’s HQ is in Canada as a result of a corporate inversion, Obama’s greatest legacy.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Beats Trump’s legacy, “Capitol Building Storming Mob.”

Anonymous
7 months ago

To be fair that is part of both the NeoLib and NeoCon agenda. Ross Perot warned us.

Anonymous
7 months ago

BK Headquarters moved to Palmetto Bay, its not technically in Miami but close enough.

Anonymous
7 months ago

They haven’t been in Palmetto bay in years.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Its not worse than Wendys

Anonymous
7 months ago

Wendys hamburger is better than Burger King and McDonalds

Anonymous
7 months ago

That’s just your taste bud’s opinion.

Anonymous
7 months ago

You’re Crazy.

Anonymous
7 months ago

I’m surprised they’re not moving to Epstein Island. After all, Jared likes his subs like his women, six and twelve, but not he gets black forest footlongs everyday.

Anonymous
7 months ago

I’m still very skeptical Miami becomes “the new silicon valley”, but I don’t think it’ll be long before more major ad and marketing agencies start opening up shop down here. Our market and workforce is much better suited for that.

Anonymous
7 months ago

We need major pharma and major tech companies in Miami.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Pharma would be good and quite possible. Tech aint happening in a major way any time soon. We just don’t have the workforce for it. Have to invest in schools first.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Pfizer, Novartis, Bristol Meter Squibb etc. would be a great location for Miami. Downtown especially!

Anonymous
7 months ago

*Meyer (TNM please bring the editing option back)

Anonymous
7 months ago

Pharma usually needs research labs, which have large footprints, so even if they relocated it would be in Doral.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Pharma has either headquarters or research labs. Miami needs the headquarters.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Pharma needs intelligent educated people… i’m sorry, Miami? bahh hahaha lol pipe dream for y’all

Anonymous
7 months ago

Sorry but, he’s right…

Paul
7 months ago

Instead of advertising in San Francisco, Suarez should put up a billboard in Boston during the dead of winter with the current temperature in Miami. Tons of pharma companies in Boston that would make a better match for Miami than Silicon Valley tech companies.

Azarius
7 months ago

Education system is a big problem

Anonymous
7 months ago

In the 1920s, Carl Fisher rented a billboard in Times Square that said something along the lines of “it’s summer in Miami” in the middle of winter. You don’t have to reinvent the wheel by bending over backwards to “techbros.”

Anonymous
7 months ago

We need pharma companies in Miami. The only pharma close by are in Tampa but we should attract those companies as they are the rising sector now.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Subway is dieing bro wtf

Anonymous
7 months ago

Definitely the worst sandwich shop ever. It’s a shame Quiznos went bankrupt. It was so much better than $hitWay.

Anonymous
7 months ago

quiznos was better than pub subs

Anonymous
7 months ago

But admit it, Quiznos was a little expensive.

Paul
7 months ago

Subway kind of sucks as a restaurant but is doing alright as a business. They don’t own any of the franchise properties, they just charge a franchise fee of 8% of revenue so they’re fairly well insulated from market fluctuations. They also have the most locations of any restaurant in the world.

There are also rumors that the largest current blank check company (PSTH) may take Subway public in a reverse merger. I think Bill Ackman wants to take a bigger, sexier company public but who knows?

Anonymous
7 months ago

#Miami Winning

Anonymous
7 months ago

they getting ready for the 12-incher Cubano – need to do their research first.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Voc grinders are the best in norwich ct

Anonymous
7 months ago

Pollo tropical also moved from Downtown Dadeland to Doral.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Failing company… I do not sorry to the employees. Like a mafia… They should know better… They are an instrument to destroy others’ lives: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/28/business/subway-franchisees.html

reality
7 months ago

LOL LOL LOL… yeah thats all we are getting folks. move is over…

Anonymous
7 months ago

I would argue this is bad news.

Anonymous
7 months ago

“bad news?” Why?

Anonymous
7 months ago

subway move you offices to Hialeah, papi