Careful with GoodLife and the GoodLife trainer revolving door system
Trainer (Former Employee) – Burlington, ON – 14 April 2018
From top to bottom the company is ran very unorganized with management mishandling contracts, not understanding how to deal with certain albeit uncommon, though some common, situations.
High pressure sales and quota's resulting in poor customer relations and overall compassion towards customers and their current situations. For example: pressuring clients to start a workout program immediately while grieving a parents death isn't the best thing in this time for that person, whatever they need at that time is the best thing for them.
Poor pay, non motivational meetings, too many trainers, and poor quality (quality of training poorly enforced - ie. trainers not correcting form, not paying attention to clients, not taking their clients health and body's serious enough). Trainers are allowed to train clients using bad form without being corrected.
Large gym, opportunity to learn
Poorly managed company top down, contrary to belief