Cashier/Customer Service/Food Prep (Current Employee) – South Portland, ME – June 25, 2018
Management did not communicate with employees or provide breaks for employees during a shift. New hires are given little to no training, and are not given a proper tour of where things are located in the store, which makes food prep difficult.
Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Beverly, MA – May 17, 2018
B. Good in Beverly is a fun work place that I had the most fun tie working. The management is cool, your coworkers are cool and everybody is willing to help out. Your job is taught to you by others and you can easily pick it up in a matter of days.
Free food when working and 50% off when not working
Cashier/Cook (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – February 16, 2018
It's is good environment.. We got people out in less than 15 min and you'll never have a dull moment when your working with me ..customers will choose and pick their favorite team member to make their meal and of course I was the cook so all my food was wonderful
Line Cook (Former Employee) – Canton, CT – February 1, 2018
Great job for younger part time people interested in testing out the restaurant industry without going full service. Not much room for advancement once solid managers are locked into their position. Great company and great culture.
Team Leader (Former Employee) – Natick, MA – January 29, 2018
Lack of management , favoritism, unprofessional .... after I wass getting paid a 15 for longer then 2 months she wants to cut me to 13 hr and lower my position as a team leader to just line or cashier just because I have to call out whit a doctor order because I fall in my back with a black ice and give my position to her best friend the wass the cashier wen she is bean working there for 3 months wen I bean working there for 1 year ..... is not the store the is bad is just the manager in charge but the food the concept and the original people from Bgood like the owner or the older manager they are good
District Manager (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – December 14, 2017
Culture and leadership from CEO is toxic. High turn over and horrible work environment. CEO micro manages every scenario. When you provide feedback or solutions they are dismissed. Company does not value staff and is adverse to change. Stay away
Cashier/Cook (Former Employee) – Raleigh, NC – November 28, 2017
Over all I did like working here. Only thing that could have made a difference was general management and organization and better equipped staff. We would just have allot of call ins or no shows and it would make it difficult for smooth operation. That isn't necessarily the company's fault tho, more the employees. Just needed better staff.
Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Raleigh, NC – November 1, 2017
A typical day of working at B.Good for me would consist of breezing through the fast paced lunch rush that usually takes place from 12 to 2. After the lunch rush the work day is typically slow. This business mostly gains it's consumers during lunch time during the week or when a big event is going on downtown. I really enjoyed the regular customers that would come in everyday, as well as how chill the job initially was. I would not consider this job a hard job at all, I recommend this job to anyone who is looking for their first job. The only cons about this job is that after two years of working here I have yet to receive a raise. They really suck at giving raises and the pay here is terrible for what they have most of the workers doing. Some of the managers can be rude at times, however, other than these cons I think that B.good is an okay place to work.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Shrewsbury, MA – October 8, 2017
Truthfully, I did not enjoy working there and I wasn't even there very long. unfortunately, I was trained by an employee who hadn't even been there for longer than a month. They expected me to know everything so soon but wasn't even training me properly! The managers were very rude and acted like they were better than you just because of the "manager" title. I had been yelled at and treated very poorly by one in particular. The other workers overall were very nice. The boss was always on me for no reason and well over 4 weeks of working there would interrupt me while working to tell me some nonsense that I already knew and then tell the customers that I was still "training". This company has the potential to grow through their mistakes though. Hopefully they improve over time
Cook (Former Employee) – Mansfield, MA – October 5, 2017
The environment of b.good as a customer is very nice but as an employee there is no real sense of comradery or teamwork. The style of management In my location was very lassie-fare and unstructured. For the most part they were unprofessional, misinformed and poorly coordinated.
That being said this job is as entry level as the food industry gets. The work is very easy and straight forward and more so focused on speed than quality of work.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Shrewsbury, MA – September 27, 2017
The majority of the people there were really nice and helpful. However, the managers were trash and I wasn't even trained by a manager I was trained by coworkers which caused me troubles later on. It wasn't the worst but it wasn't the best.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – September 24, 2017
Being The location is uptown it gets slammed throughout the lunch rush granted , but new people are placed on the schedule but never show up , they say they will train you but you end up just prepping and never get your raise. Managers don't know much. Lack of communication. Employees goof off all day and flirt while others slave. Then expect you to rush to close so everyone can get out at a timely manner. Pm shift rather leave work for am shift. People Are fired for obscure reasons. Extremely poor management