I worked as a red shirt, grey shirt, and AGM in training. Working as a red shirt was often fun and enjoyable, but when first starting out and being trained, it was a hassle because every grey shirt did things differently, and they didn't train Five Guys standards first. The online training videos are fun, and very interactive, and they will probably teach you the most about the job, then hands on training in store, because of the discrepancies between managers. As a grey shirt, it was not worth it. The pay for the amount of stress and hassle you went through managing the store was not worth it and I don't recommend trying to move your way up through the ranks in the company. As training for AGM, it was a hassle too, because I was given personal plans to work towards, but that would be it, there was no other talks given to me. I was not explained how to go about achieving my personal plan, nor was I easily able to talk to the GM when I had questions. I was often disciplined for things I didn't understand, and when I asked for clarifications of what I did wrong, I wasn't given one. It had gotten to the point for me, that I became extremely depressed working there, which was shocking to me, because I loved the standards Five Guys had for their food and customers, and I enjoyed working with my co-workers, but I was having panic attacks before shifts, and calling in frequently when I had maybe called in once before.
Équilibre vie professionnelle / personnelle Salaire / avantages sociaux Sécurité de l'emploi / évolution de carrière
Free food/drink every shift you worked
Management is all over the place
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