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Pre-Opening Franchise ConsultantSpartanburg

Pure Barre Technique Spartanburg, SC

of Role The New Studio Franchise Consultant will be responsible for developing and identifying business strategies and best practices that can be… Glassdoor


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Sales and Customer Service Retail SpecialistSpartanburg

Pure Barre Technique Spartanburg, SC

include developing existing studio accounts, developing and responding to new studio inquiries, providing customers with merchandising and product… Glassdoor


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Franchise Consultant Midwest RegionChicago/

Pure Barre Technique Chicago, IL

of Role The Midwest Franchise Consultant will be responsible for developing and identifying business strategies and best practices that can be… Glassdoor


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Franchise Consultant West RegionLA /

Pure Barre Technique Paris

of Role The West Region Franchise Consultant will be responsible for developing and identifying business strategies and best practices that can be… Glassdoor


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    I have been working at Pure Barre Technique part-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Teaching itself can be a blast. It's tricky to get the flow of the class at first but, once you do it's not a bad way to spend an hour. If you're like me, it's rewarding to share your passion for physical fitness. Seeing students improve is a definite highlight.

    Cons

    I was told when I was hired that I would be teaching anywhere from 10-15 hours a week. Our contract stated that we needed to teach 260 classes to pay off the cost of our training. If we quit early, we'd be responsible for the prorated amount. (Fair enough, that's about 6 months -perfectly do-able.) After the studio opened, all teachers were given about 5 classes a week which means we are stuck in the contract for over a year. Had I known that, I would have never signed the contract.

    Teachers are expected to be marketing on their free time to draw in clients. Teachers also expected to attend meetings and events that are unpaid. There is hesitation from some team members about saying anything regarding unpaid time or expectations because if we are fired, we will be expected to repay training costs (which are a bit over $2,000).

    Not all owners know what they are doing as teachers. As an instructor, it's frustrating to take orders from someone who clearly is unsure as to whether she is even doing the movements correctly.

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    I would suggest that corporate set stricter guidelines for hiring owners (i.e. degrees in business or related field, experience managing a team, already certified as Pure Barre instructor).

    Test-out video's were also very confusing. Everyone on our team got conflicting feedback. Consistency in teaching methods will make for more satisfied teachers and clients.

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