Life Time Compensation FAQ

Read what Life Time employees think about their compensation at the company.

Life Time has a compensation and benefits rating of 3.2. If you want to know how much Life Time employees make, head to their Salaries page to see a list of salaries per occupation, along with bonuses.

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6 English questions out of 6

April 7, 2020

What is the salary like at Life Time?

Pros

Free gym facilities, good co-workers.

Cons

Terrible management, horrible pay (minimum wage), no benefits, lack of respect for employees.

Advice to Management

Management needs to step up and pay people more for the hard work they are doing. Normally, individuals who work with children are highly trained and get paid very well. In my position, I was paid minimum wage and taking of infants!! This is unacceptable. On top of that, the CEO needs to stop taking pay during a global pandemic. As a part-time, regular employee, I was coded as a seasonal/temporary employee so the company did not have to pay me during difficult times. Due to this, now I am not receiving emergency pay during COVID-19. The company is insincere and lacks any real values, they just put on a good show.

Terrible management, horrible pay (minimum wage), no benefits, lack of respect for employees.

April 7, 2020

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May 25, 2019

What are other benefits and incentives like at Life Time?

Pros

Great incentives, benefits, Gold status Membership!!!! I have been with the company for less than 90 days and am so happy. This company truly fosters camaraderie and culture for staff and their Members. This is not for the faint at heart due to the very large Membership base, which will keep you fully occupied throughout your day. It is a fast-paced, energetic and very fluid company. They offer a competitive compensation plan and are setting the standard in the Health and Wellness industry with intensive training and very high performance expectations for which I love.

Cons

Not enough hours in the day sometimes to accomplish all those items on your t9-do list.

Advice to Management

Keep striving for excellence because it is apparent in your staff and the level of classes you offer. Don’t ever sacrifice quality of culture for quantity of member!

They offer a competitive compensation plan and are setting the standard in the Health and Wellness industry with intensive training and very high performance expectations for which I love.

May 25, 2019

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November 7, 2020

Does Life Time offer a daily bonus?

Pros

Tips were great, family's used to be generous with left over food, brakes in-between party

Cons

co workers were not always the best but when points where addressed with bosses they were actually dealt with

Tips were great, family's used to be generous with left over food, brakes in

November 7, 2020

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January 2, 2021

What are sales commissions like at Life Time?

Pros

Good pay (100% commission but great commission) Great space Everything under one roof

Cons

They don’t care about their employees as individuals

Advice to Management

Treat your staff like family...as if you care about each individual person.

Good pay (100% commission but great commission)

January 2, 2021

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January 31, 2019

Does Life Time offer bonus pay?

Pros

You build relationships with the team members and members that are amazing. They recently announced they were buying all Operations Team Members new shoes and have started to offer a few more incentives for team members like purchasing their first uniform.

Cons

Team Members that work at the clubs are treated horribly, while our corporate team members accrue PTO faster, get holidays and weekends off, and get to go home by 5pm every night. Being a salaried team member means that Life Time owns you. I was made to feel bad when I would take off of work and even when I was off of work I would be expected to check emails and take phone calls even though that's against policy. We would get knocked on audits for broken things that we could not afford to fix within our monthly budget. Also your quarterly "bonus pay" is based on the performance of all other departments in the club. Even if you hit your goals for the quarter, if personal training or sales doesn't hit you do not get your bonus.

Advice to Management

Sometimes it appears like you are listening to feedback, but it is all an illusion. You said based on feedback that team members didn't like having to use their PTO for sick days that you would be introducing sick days in 2019. You didn't actually give us additional days off that we can use for sick days, just had us accrue "vacation days" at a slower rate so when it adds up it's exactly the same.

Also your quarterly "bonus pay" is based on the performance of all other departments in the club.

January 31, 2019

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