Overall Reviews at Five Guys
Customer Service Associate / Cashier | Florida | May 4, 2020
Burger Joint job with great team members
Five Guys Burgers and Fries' demographic is not the health conscious population, but for a burger joint, they do what they do very well. The team members here were really great.
Customer Service Associate / Cashier | Peachtree City, GA | Dec 13, 2018
Great place to work but in need of a better general manager.
The environment of Five Guys is very quick and hands on. It requires everyone on staff to work together and think on their feet. Some managers were more desirable and seemed better equipped for the job at hand than others.
ProsGreat learning experience.
Grill Cook | San Diego, CA | Dec 28, 2018
Five guys was a great job for me. It was very fun and they paid great. They try their best to give you the best experience ever as a customer and employee. It was overall a great friendly environment to be around.
Regional Manager | Fresno, CA | Feb 17, 2020
Great Enthusiastic Environment!
Proven ability to increase profit through strategic planning, effective project management, and process reengineering. Skilled in budget development and implementation. Committed individual who will provide excellent service while following all policies and procedures set forth by an organization.
Senior Accounts Receivable | Lorton, VA | Aug 17, 2019
Nice place to work.
Nice place to work. Close to my home there. Nice environment. Enjoyed my time there. Nice to meet the owners. (The Murrells). Very nice people.
Great place to work for almost 10 years.
Food Service Worker | Plattsburgh, NY | Nov 11, 2018
good food ok place
good place to work unless you have medical problems but good food good benifits ie.tips at end of shift, meal program.all in all good place to work i liked it
Proslunch program and tips
Assistant General Manager | Owings Mills, MD | Sep 24, 2019
Good for Students, or if new to industry
This is overall a Great concept of a restaurant. Finding young people who will accept the bottom barrel pay, and still perform at an Extremely high level is TOUGH. Also, having managers who can operate an efficient business and not involve personal matters is Rare within the company. Not a very Stuck up company and your personality and focus will push you to the top ad long as you mr results are PROVEN. You have the freedom to change anything you like but the l c learning curve is IMMEADIA.
ProsFree meals, free uniforms, good concept
ConsHours, staff, no support
General Manager | Des Peres, MO | Jul 18, 2019
Great place to get an introduction in management skills
The company rewards are definitely there! However the environment can be difficult to say the least. Be ready at all times of the day and the quality of life will be affected
General Manager | Kansas | Jun 20, 2019
I feel as though the owners of this franchise won it in a poker game. They have absolutely no business running a restaurant and Five Guys should be embarrassed to allow anyone with dollars to own a franchise as their one and only qualification. Not only does this bruise the brand but it also drives the morale of young crew members to believe that this is how the industry standard is.
ProsFood is pretty decent. Core values of Five Guys is something to hold onto and stand behind.
ConsFranchise owners havent a clue about people or the business itself.
Assistant General Manager | Magnolia, TX | Mar 5, 2019
Though there were great employees. After Becoming a manager I basically taught myself the rest. Little guidance from my higher ups. Then I was promoted to Assistant GM then to GM all with never receiving an offer letter or anything. I was not aware of all my responsibilities but I did what I could and ran the store. I got sick and missed a day of calling in and they told me to turn in my keys.