Member Services Co-ordinator (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 12 October 2017
Privately owned gym with lack lustre amenities and poorly run management. Gym members often pointed the blame at the employees for things such as broken equipment and double charged gym fees, when those things were out of their control.
any job (Former Employee) – Fredricton – 26 August 2017
I am new comer on PR . I have worked in sri Lanka as quality controller / Production manager 20 years. I don't have working experience in Canada then I am expecting any kind of job with or without salary
Customer Service Representative & Consultant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 17 August 2017
I worked for Anytime Fitness for 4 months and I had a very good experience with the owner/manager and clients. The gym is pretty small but you will feel very comfortable and meet the best people in Toronto
Employee (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 8 August 2017
Keep in mind, all Anytime Fitness facilities are owned by different owners, so there will be different experiences. This is specific to the majority of the Edmonton owned locations. While the members of the gym were amazing, they were the only part of the job that was worth while. The owners don't pay out vacation pay, statutory holidays or commission. You'll have to check every pay stub because you will be missing pay without notice or reason. The owners are very inappropriate (referring to sales as 'picking up chicks' or 'scoring') and will belittle you, be condescending and even yell at you if they're having a bad day.
Club Manager October (Former Employee) – Ingersoll, ON – 13 July 2017
When there is an issue that needs to be resolved management is either away on holidays, busy with another club or listens but never changes/fixes or addresses an issue with what is happening. They do not believe family is important as they are making their own family with the employees
It was overall a good job and was nice to work around friendly people.
Fitness Staff (Former Employee) – Strathmore, AB – 23 April 2017
It was a good job. It did have some cons being in school while working there. Overall I learned how to always be social while at work and deal with many different individuals. The environment there was very friendly. It was hard to get days off, but overall the hours were good.
High paying, no set hours, good breaks.
Going in some mornig before school, not many people to cover my shifts.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Warman, SK – 12 April 2017
Typical day: phone calls, tidy gym, greeting people, stocking shelves with supplements Learned- great social skills Management- Very good and understandable, got their work down, let their workers know what they can improve on and what they do well at Culture- Fun, live, energetic, motivating Hardest part- Motivating members again who did not feel so motivated anymore Best part- meeting new people, motivating members that they can meet their fitness goals
Membership Services Associate (Current Employee) – Markham, ON – 12 April 2017
Management is fantastic. Very understanding, kind, and overall atmosphere of the gym is clean and friendly with regular members coming in often. Standards are well kept and staff are easy to work with.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Ingersoll, ON – 7 March 2017
Anytime Fitness allowed me to explore many different avenues, working with a diverse group of talented and focused people. The energy was contagious, exciting and the position was very fun. It allowed me to grow as an individual and a team member. I highly recommend this position to many people. I unfortunately left due to school but I would have been happy to stay on board! The management team works with integrity, passion, compassion and absolute love for others. The training is effective, helpful and never ends. Upper staff are so helpful and supportive!
Weights Manager (Former Employee) – Markham, ON – 3 March 2017
Great staff, fun at work , taught many people how to use the weights, could get tough sometimes but managed to teach them. Learnt more about the body then the types of movements that are used to make the muscle bigger.
Club Manager/ Personal Trainer (Former Employee) – Campbell River, BC – 2 February 2017
Very community involved Fun atmosphere Franchise owner is your boss Hardest part was there was at times not enough support, very focused on sales. Lots of work with little amount of staff. Very high expectations
The members and relationships, great community involvement
Business model of low overhead and your club environment is dictated by franshise owner
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Lethbridge, AB – 5 January 2017
great culture, loved talking to the all the members, made some lifelong friends from the job. however the managers weren't that great at being personable with staff and seemed to not care much about creating a good rapore with me.
Personal Training Director (Former Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 24 December 2016
Extremely poorly run gym, bad management and terrible atmosphere. District managers think they're well seasoned but there all terrible fitness employees. They don't even workout themselves. Smoke and are over weight. Have zero gym knowledge. It's like working in a group setting project with kids from high school. They'll stab you in your back and I wouldn't recommend this job to a homeless person