Franchised Locations - Inept Management
What started out as what looked like a solid place to work. It was interesting, learning the fitness industry and the such, but soon it soured. Menial tasks became the management's biggest priority, I guess because they knew there was nothing to do it. Tasks that they thought would take hours to do realistically took minutes.
Come the summer, management would take roughly 8 weeks of vacation, and expected somebody they're paying minimum wage to run the place. It wasn't hard, not at all, but boring, and there was no incentive to perform beyond expectations as they would never pay more (how could they? the money was needed for their vacations). The 8 weeks in summer wasn't all of it, at least 10, maybe even 12 were taken over the course of the year. I suppose that's what happens when you buy your position and not earn in it in the typical management sense. Live and learn.