"Operations management is awesome. He really cares about his workers but does not let the crew slack off. Great work culture."
"Very high expectations for job performance with most trainers having four-year degrees and multiple certifications. Plenty of micromanaging and plenty of incentive to push products and “healthy” expenses. Very low wages. Greedy corporation keeping most of the profits for its shareholders as per usual."
"Great company to work for unfortunately they had to lay off 300 employees"
"Worked for lifetime for 4 years. no work life balance and extreme pressure to work 24/7"
"I've worked with Life Time since February of this year. The company is in a continued state of growth which allows the opportunity for succession. As a trainer, I am able to truly recommend the best products and services to my members/clients based on their individual needs."
"This job will not offer you a steady income. Don't expect to make more than minimum wage for the first 3-6 months at least. They cut down your hours to 38/week, even when you have to work at least 50-60 so you don't end up owing the company more money. Supervisors are not willing to take responsibility for teaching you, and use an idealistic approach. "If you're not selling, it is your fault!" The company preaches that we are helping people achieve their goals when they do not offer their staff normal hours (how can we teach a healthy way of life when we don't have it?) and focus on selling more than helping. Members are scared to talk to the staff because they are worried we are going to sell them something. Unfortunately, after making almost the same annual income as a burger flipper at Burger king, the main reason for the poor review is because of the supervisors and corporate. You can ask for more help or resources but expect to be on your own and fighting them every step of the way to just be able to do your job. Don't be lured by the promises that lifetime will offer you. The organization does not want turnover so they keep unqualified people in management positions. Think many, many times before taking a job with this organization."
"They don't care about you, training sucks, pay is terrible. Been working here for a year and a half and still no raise, was told to "be patient." GM criticizes everything. All about hitting a price goal every day with no help from the department head. I trained the supervisors and still retain the same pay. Supervisors are blamed for everything that goes wrong."
"It's a very good company to work for but not in the Houston region."
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