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What advice would you give the CEO of Five Guys about how to improve it?

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I have never met the Ceo but I would tell him to investigate his franchisees because they are giving your company a poor name not only for employees but for the customer's food quality and the experience for the customer's is being tainted by poor management.

Answered - Shift Leader (Former Employee) - Edina, MN

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Check in with management to find out how employees are being trained and how under managers are being treated

Answered - Assistant General Manager (Former Employee) - Duluth, GA

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I would advise the CEO and head company to watch after stores and stress the importance of harassment in the work place. As a female teen working in an environment where I personally had to deal with harassment in a workplace, it made me dislike my job and warn other females and young teens who worked there. Workplace harassment is not a joke and it was taken as one to the managers in the store I worked in.

Answered - Crew Member (Former Employee) - Bozeman, MT

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Benefits to employees would be great.

Answered - General Manager (Former Employee) - La Quinta, CA

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Give people chances and listen to the problems

Answered - Cashier, Customer Service, host, cook (Former Employee) - Kapolei, HI

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Give more to the employees. They do so much hard work. Managers get to see bonuses all the time, but from what I have seen and dealt with, the managers literally slack off and don't do much while they are there and all the work is done by the grey/red shirts.

Answered - Shift lead (Former Employee) - Olympia, WA

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Give more to the employees. They do so much hard work. Managers get to see bonuses all the time, but from what I have seen and dealt with, the managers literally slack off and don't do much while they are there and all the work is done by the grey/red shirts.

Answered - Shift lead (Former Employee) - Olympia, WA

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