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I have been working at Life Time full-time (More than 5 years)
You get to alongside some really smart people
Can be demanding at times
I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Life Time (Chanhassen, MN).
The interview process is very extensive with Life Time. First it started with a phone interview with the recruiter. Next, I had an interview with 2 of my colleagues that lasted an hour. It was awkward with the 3 of us in the room together.
Then I had an interview with their manager that was over an hour that was very nice. Between that interview and the next, I learned she was moved to another department.
So, I had another interview with her replacement who had been on the job for 5 days.
It was a very long process that was about 8 week from start to finish, with a lot of waiting, and the recruiter had to get everyone's calendars cleared to set up.
There seemed to be a bit of a lack of internal communication within the team. When I got the offer, they wanted me to start the next day literally, which was a surprise after months this got stretched out.