Five Guys Enterprises LLC Reviews
Rating 3.96 out of 5 26 reviews
Five guys makes sure everyone always feels welcomed and can do their job well. They also make i pretty easy to advance and learn all the things you need to be a successful employee. hey make it so there schedule works around you so that there is never any confusion and you can always be in the know.
Worked here for a summer to make extra money. The pay was good but the hours were more than I wanted as a part-time employee. The management was average and the work was easy.
Very good workers half the time. Management are always there to help and ensure you are doing well. Pays well for part time. Also get free food so even better.
The coworkers are amazing, however the managers don't seem to be very understanding and very hard on you.
The food is great and its excellent working there however poor management was a slight issue. Five guys has a great work culture and most employees get along well. Communication is key while working along with time management
I have been with Five Guys Burgers and Fries dba Griff Ventures Inc. for 8 years of my life. I started out as a cashier and have worked my way up the ranks to store manager. I adore the fast paced challenge of the industry as well as making a difference in a customer's day or my employee's life. My franchise group treats its management team like a family and has always had my back throughout highschool, college, and continuing education. I cannot say enough about this great place to work!
This was a great and professional company to work for all across the board. Consistent schedules, room for advancement, they work with you during spontaneous life mishaps, and hey truly work cohesively as a unit and community.
I liked the job itself, it was very clean and strict for the most part. Management issues, they made my life miserable there. Corporate needs to fix that, they need to really know who they hire. Customer service is decent.
I am a fairly new employee but so far they seem to want to treat their people right. I have been with the company for only one month. It is really hard for me to give a fair review but this is based on my first impressions. I will say that my training manager is very difficult to work for. She can be very intimidating and make it difficult for you to be yourself. I do feel that I made the right decision in taking this position and I love my job. I am just trying to find my way.
Working here was okay. The general manager is a really good guy, though I don't know much about the actual store owners. Hours are very flexible and free lunch is always provided.
I like working at Five Guys, but I feel like our higher-ups could care more. Half of our store is breaking down, it seems like every week something else breaks, and the higher ups would rather keep patching things up than replace them.
Absolutely love working here! A fast paced environment but the other crew members are awesome to work with and the customers are great!
Managing employees, teaching employees to grow into the job and position. Helping customers and providing great customer service.
I liked the job itself and the high standards to keep the restaurant in working order. I would recommend the food to anyone because I knew it is fresh food and made well. The work environment was a little unprofessional with inappropriate language used by upper management and constant smoke breaks.
Overall, Five Guys has been a great job. I have been able to work my way up to management in a very short time. I have learned many skills that will benefit me throughout the rest of my life such as leading others, efficiency, and time management. I have met many great people through working at Five Guys as well. Ultimately, I cannot think of anything I would change about this job. It is a great job for a college student, or anyone for that matter. Plus, the food is great!
It was a good learning experience into my first job and being able to grasp new responsibilites and working with other people.
I began work on the first opening day. It was challenging to get used to the flow of things and new tools with a 2-hour long line out the door. Yet by being put into this high-pressure situation was very helpful in the development of my personality and working skills.