Management is less than competent. Their time in the industry is noted but their management skills are pathetic. Their meetings are a waste of time, their careless with your personal time, always asking you to come in for a quick chat. Their personal skills are less than professional and they are rarely on time or even present in the gym.
Less hands on approach from upper management.
Better training practices
Weekly check in with staff
Better business practices
The culture was okay,it felt like a cult that you were either in or out of.
They try to set forced hours on you even though you are a contractor. they even try to have you feel like you have to through the signed contract, but doesn't hold up to law since they cannot force you to work hours unpaid. They threaten to sever your contract if you don't meet the minimum because they know its not worth going to court over for. Hours spend cold calling / training takes up too much time to have a real life if you want to make any standard income that you could make at a simple 9-5.
Dealing with the blood in the water mentality that no upper management controlled how the clients were given to trainers. Where everyone works on taking each others clients and constantly running into situations where multiple trainers cold call the same person. Creating an embarrassing situation where you look extremely miss managed and unprofessional. Not to mention massive amount of wasted time.
Not very optimistic.
The owners are cheap and disorganized.
My commissions and pay were randomly cut with out notice.
Dirty work environment.
Huge employee and management turnover due to terrible work environment.
Thoroughly investigate employees