was a strange place to work. people were friendly enough, but pushing memberships to people who didn't need it just wasn't my thing. If your goal is to actually help people get fit i don't know if this is it
Best place I have ever worked. The owners encourage you to grow and give your best to the customers. They want everyone to be healthy mentally and phsyically. So in striving that way they train us to be the best. Getting to know the members of the club is beyond the most fun part. They are who make working there worth every minute.
Our owner hardly showed up, wouldn't pay on time ever, mistreated employees, we ran out of supplies all the time and would have to pay out of pocket to have them replaced because he would never show up. He didn't pay the rent which did eventually lead to the facility being closed
Typical day would be to at work and waiting for clients to show up for their timeslot to train.
Alot of freedom at Snap Fitness in regards to how many hours you want to work. Unlimited working hours , more you work the more you make.
Salary is depending on the agreement with the owner. Small gyms like these pay out to trainers more than corporate gyms.
This was a great part time job for me because I was in school at the time. I learned what it took to take care of a small business and how to interact with customers. I was responsible for signing customers up for memberships and making sure the gym was clean.
Interacting with customers and clients was the best part of the job, especially if your a sociable person.
you see alot of staff come and go. its very sales driven, no paid sick time or benefits unless you are management, vacation is paid out every cheque, cleaning duties are hard to predict due to being open 24 hours.
Very inspiring for motivating a healthy and active lifestyle . The clients and supervisors very friendly and supportive . I was very happy with everyone involved clients and co workers able to be very productive in my job.
i learned may skills at snap fitness since i was willing and i was one of the team member for two month i improve on my communication skill and selling member ships and to give new people the information about our gym
Snap Fitness was a nice environment to work in. As I'm involved in fitness life I felt comfortable with assisting and helping gym members. A typical day would be cleaning the equipment every hour or so and doing laundry for towels, etc. I would call customers who owe payments and start up new customers with memberships. I learned a lot of people skills doing this job. Management was poor as we had a lot of broken equipment and complaints from customers. We did not have a reliable computer system and there were a lot of mess ups. The hardest part of the job was managing the computer system and making sure you are putting in people's financial information correctly so it would not leave to further issues. The most enjoyable part of the job was connecting with customers and helping others out around the gym.