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Facility Operations
Plano, TX

I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Life Time Fitness in April 2012.

Interview Details – They ask if you understand that you will be cleaning toilets, even as a Manager. They talk on and on about cleaning up vomit, pee, etc. because that is what you will be doing. They are usually hiring only to fill specific time slots, so if you don't fit that you won't be hired. They usually are only hiring a male OR female, as they need one of each always on the clock for the locker room, so just because the job is posted, you may or may not get a call back based on your gender. They ask odd questions to see if they can control you (easily manipulated). They love young and impressionable employees that haven't worked elsewhere to see how horrible the conditions and benefits are.

Interview Question – They now want all new employees to memorize the mission and vision before the second round interview with the GM. If you do not have it memorized EXACTLY, they will not hire you. Even if all of the people interviewed couldn't get it 100% correct, they just plain won't hire. They will ask you to reapply entirely.   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – None. Period. They will say, well there are 20 other people that I've been interviewing and any one of them will work for this rate. (that's really all that matters to them)

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