- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Diversity & Inclusion
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I worked at Life Time full-time (More than a year)
Solid training for new hires (they continue to develop and improve this)
Takes a certain personality/type of individual to thrive
Management at the club level is fine, but there were some implementations of programs from corporate that seemed disconnected or lost in translation
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I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Life Time (Saint Louis Park, MN) in February 2011.
I began the application online but did not complete it. The next morning I got a call from the department director and was asked about my experience and was asked to come in for an interview even though I didn't officially apply for the position. The department director was 20 minutes late for the interview. I was asked a few questions about the company's values and a few about my experience with swimming and children. The interviewer left and 10 minutes later brought out the general manager to interview me. I was asked questions about myself, which the GM just repeated back to me. It was just strange. Neither interviewer made eye contact or seemed to care about bringing me on as an employee. They just want to make sure you have a pulse, can speak English, and aren't crazy.
None. Pay is determined by the amount of experience you have based on their point system and training hours are minimum wage.