I loved Working at Five Guys, I loved the coworkers the most and the overall feeling of being there was very welcoming. On the downside it appears that most if not all of the management lack the awareness of mental health and how it affects employee's.
typical day started at 8 a.m. did prep work for the day, opened at 11 a.m. worked on the grill and was extremely proficient in this area. I learned that you could not trust any of the co-workers as they were very quick to go to managers. One of the managers was great, but he left - the younger managers or shift leaders really did not have what it took to properly manage the store. The hardest part of the job was picking up the slack when younger people didn't really feel like working. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to listen to music while I worked and got to meet alot of really nice people who visited the establishment.
free lunch, free parking, got the hours I wanted and weekends off
people texting on the line, new hires not using their training to do the proper job, not using initiative to get work done