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Life Time Syosset, NY

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Life Time Syosset, NY Reviews

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    Current Employee - Lifeguard in Syosset, NY
    Current Employee - Lifeguard in Syosset, NY

    I have been working at Life Time part-time

    Pros

    You get free Gym access

    Cons

    Not allowed to work overtime

    Advice to Management

    More willing to give raises

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Life Time Syosset, NY Salaries

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$38k

Life Time Syosset, NY Interviews

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    Hairstylist Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Syosset, NY
    Declined Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Life Time (Syosset, NY).

    Interview

    First off, the salon, facilities were amazing, very clean and beautiful. I met with the hiring manager and from the moment I met her to the moment the interview stopped it felt like a sales pitch the entire time. She didn’t stop talking, it felt very impersonal, she didn’t ask much about my qualifications or experience. Mostly general basic information she asked (availability, schedule). We took a tour of the facilities and than she bought me a shake. I left wanting to feel good and wanted to give it a chance, but deep down knowing this didn’t seem all it was cracked up to be. Reluctantly, I went against my better judgement and went for the second interview which was to demonstrate my skill sets as a stylist, the manager didn’t stay much to observe or ask questions about my work.. she did ask once why I chose the formula I did for the color.. so after I was finishing up my work she had a meeting and made sure to emphasize that I must memorize the companies “mission statement “ for my 3rd and finale interview and she also stated that I need to explain to Bret the CEO “ how I’m gonna bring in business for the company’”… it came off very cultish.. they also want you to market yourself in other departments so your basically a sales person!!

    Interview Questions

    • What’s your availability and when can you start?   2 Answers
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