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30+ days ago

Group Fitness Instructor

MEI Washington, DC

Group Fitness Instructor needed to teach a low impact class on Tuesday mornings. Format is up to the instructor with lead approval. Class needs to… MEI


14 days ago

Wellness Fitness Specialist 2

MEI Cleveland, OH +2 locations

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelors Degree in a health, wellness or exercise related field, or equivalent education and experience defined as three… MEI


24 hrs ago

Part-time Health Promotion Specialist 2 – new

MEI Tinker Air Force Base, OK

Specific Tasks: Leads the planning, developing, coordinating, and implementing all activities of the Health Promotion Program, which may include… MEI


30+ days ago

Kickbox Instructor

MEI Fort Meade, MD

Hiring for the following positions. Must have current certifications and CPR First Aid. Kickboxing 6:30am, 12pm or 4pm (anyday) Step 12:00pm… MEI


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    After the acquisition....

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Director
    Current Employee - Director

    I have been working at MEI full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Need to still be determined. Most of the people will continue to operate with the same philosophy. It is actually scary that Crane Management is communicating to the previous MEI associates that they are customer focused. If MEI is allowed to keep their customer focus as well as ability make decisions, then this company will be OK. If Crane imposes their culture on the MEI way, then this company will go down the in history like other companies that Crane has acquired.

    Cons

    Reduction in benefits immediately puts the MEI associates in a bad position. Does Crane not realize that MEI Payment and VMS business has kicked their behind for the last 5-8 years? Why go to a business model that actually doesn't work instead of one that was proven to be the market leader?

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Why waste the time, the fact that Max Mitchell gets down into the weeds shows that there is not any ability to develop strong executive level capabilities that have decision making capabilities.

    Doesn't Recommend
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