A regular day at work was very full and eventful. The therapist I worked for had many patients on the regular basis so I got to meet new people and learn from them. I learned new stretches and typical everyday things that can help me from straining my body. The management was very attentive and always had my best interest in mind. My co-worker and I – more... were a duo team, we relied on each other a lot and we made the best out of it. The hardest part of the job was just maintaining the speed of the office. The most enjoyable part of the job was getting everything done because I knew the better I was the better the patients would feel. – less
Dishwasher,kitchen,prepperson (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – December 3, 2012
Pros: i had free food and drinks when i needed them.
Cons: long hours some times.
I worked from 5pm untill 1am. I learned how to get along with people.The management was good.My co-workers were nice to work with.The hardest part of the job was working on a new machine i wasnt used to.I liked the people i worked with and i had a good boss.
Graphic Design Intern (Former Employee), Denham Springs, LA – May 14, 2014
As an intern, I worked on t-shirt or print jobs when the main graphic designers got a large work load. From designing t-shirt designs, wedding vinyl, loading printers, and putting products together. The environment was very relaxed and full of funny individuals that were like a small family.
Account Director (Former Employee), Fort Lee, NJ – September 24, 2013
Pros: flexible hours
Cons: lack of progression
A typical day at the office included assisting clients with day-today requests, such as launching electronic registration email reminders, running ad hoc reports for respective live events, etc. I learned how to code and write HTML language. My co-workers were friendly, always willing and able to answer questions or help find the way. The most difficult – more... part of the job was not having a sufficient amount of work delegated to me. The most enjoyable part of the job were the flexible hours. – less
Clerical duties (Current Employee), New York, NY – August 28, 2013
As the gold standard for sports, fitness and health clubs in the world, we offer numerous rewarding career opportunities in areas ranging from fitness, spa, housekeeping, sales, maintenance and more. Just as we are dedicated to helping our Members achieve their health and fitness goals, we are just as committed to ensuring our employees achieve their – more... career goals. Voted by Boston Business Journal as the 2013 Healthiest Employer (midsize company), we are a health and fitness brand that practices internally the very same values that we share and instill in our external Member base. Whether you work at one of our clubs or our corporate office, be sure that we will help you develop a healthy and fulfilling career. – less
Radiologic Technologist (Former Employee), Hartsdale, NY – October 24, 2012
Pros: it was a job.. no pros.. except co-workers were great
Cons: it was a job .. no cons...
If there was a full schedule it would be a long day of preparing patients , waiting for doctor. Co-workers were great, patients were great. I learned quite a bit about pain management, procedures used to help eleviate the pain. Hardest part was the emotional drain after working with patients who were and had been dealing with chronic pain for years. The – more... most enjoyable part was seeing the patients coming back and feeling better, able to do things they haven't been able to do for years. – less
They have poor management skill and unfair review system as well. The full time Sr. staff use a part-time person as a servant. Their full time position is much much better than the part-time job to work with or have some benefit.
Job Work/Life Balance
Great place to work
Stand Attendant (Current Employee), Saint Louis – May 10, 2012
I like meeting new people. the most enjoyable thing about the job is I get to be around a sport I like.