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GoodLife Fitness CEO & Founder David Patchell-Evans
David Patchell-Evans
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    Not a place to work if you have any morals or personal code of ethics

    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at GoodLife Fitness


    The money is there to be earned...unfortunately the price you pay to earn that money is not worth the return. Losing your soul in exchange for a higher end annual salary is too much.
    I did make a couple of friends that I am in contact with
    There are a few truly wonderful people who work for GL


    See above
    Long hours that are illegal to actually be working
    Many (not all) of the senior leadership team do not come close to practicing what they preach
    Absolutely poor company culture that has been given so many make-overs in a losing attempt to manipulate the 10000+ employees into believing that company culture is a vital priority
    Trust NO ONE because those you believe to be on your side willing to support you are no where to be found when you need them
    The "what have you done for me lately" motto is alive and well within this company

    Honestly...there are just too many more "cons" and critically negative aspects of this company that just sicken me to even continue to write...

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Unfortunately these words will ultimately fall on deaf ears and blind eyes. A pretend culture with a foundation built on relationships. This company, and in particular, it's senior leadership team (Directors, VP's, CFO, COO, CEO) attempt to have its employees believe that they care. The funny yet truly sad thing is that this senior team has mastered the art of manipulation leading many great people down a road paved with broken promises, unclear expectations, emotionally damaging stress levels, personal lives with friends and family strained and sometimes damaged, and you mind and sadly your heart left to rot once they are done with you and have moved on to the next person. Although a colourful way to describe things, the previous statement is true. If senior management (now directed at CEO & COO) truly care and truly want what's best for those who work within the organization then please listen and hear my message. 30+ years is something to be proud of. CEO, you've done an incredible job going from nothing to something and that is an accomplishment that deserves high praise and regard. COO, at one time the backbone of the company...the heart of the machine. Truly one of the best individuals within the Fitness deserve high praise as well. it is...plain and simple...just actually CARE about the people who give their heart and soul to you. Your employees give those two things not to this company...they trust both CEO & COO with their heart and soul. It's your responsibility to handle that with the utmost care. Just give a care about these people. You can't keep doing what you do. Your insincere gestures and fake love is passed down to those under you and they in turn do the same. I care enough to tell you this "secret" in hopes that you can turn things around and become a great place to are so far from even entering into the discussion of great. Don't pass the blame on to others. Don't become defensive and dismiss me as a disgruntled former employee. I'm so far beyond that...remember...JUST CARE

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