Pros: free meals, fun work environment
Cons: no smoke breaks, tattoos must be covered, bonus cuts
Five guys was always a fun place to be, even on the nights where we where in the weeds the way the team picked each other up always made things go easier. A normal day as a shift leader i would come in and check to see that i was set up for success by going over my check list. I would count prep, check to make sure everything NCOO (Neat, Clean, Organized, Operational) from the previous shift. Any problems that needed fixed i would report to the AM manager. After that i would check my "battle plan" Who i had on shift, Sales for the day, and what station i wanted each team member to work that day, if i wanted to train someone ext. ext. After i was set up i would count the registers from the AM, settle the drawers make a deposit, and count the safe. After all the money was organized i would go on the line so the AM manager could write their daily shift report.Then my crew for the night ( who wasn't there already) would come in and i would tell them the goals for the night, and give them a brief of the night. Once things got settled we would all get to work until 8 pm, and i would start to run breaks. Then at 10 i would lock the store, and we would all close the store. After i counted the PM registers, and wrote my night report i would check the store to make sure it was a perfect close. After i decided we where good enough to get an audit (We had quarterly random Steritech audit) in the am I would then turn the lights off set the alarm, then lock the doors.