Easy Work, physically all you do is check people in, take payments,cancellations, rerack the weights and janitorial work (vacum, clean toilets, clean mirrors, clean sinks/counter tops,)
You would think a sucessful company like this would pay for a CRP class but they didn't. They hire you but mention nothing about being CPR trained and yet you have to pay it out of pocket. My manager was difficult to work with to be honest. He threatened to fire me and other people numerous of times. My 2nd day working there he stepped into the office with an assistant manager and said he is ready to fire me because instead of saying "19.95" I said "19.99" to a customer.
Not only this is a problem but I also worked out here. There ARE STILL cable machines broken til this day. They drive so many sales and PT sales that all they care about is commission when half of the machines are broken.
Advice to Management
CUSTOMERS SHOULD NOT WAIT MORE THAN 2 Weeks for a machine to be fixed not SEVERAL MONTHS
The process took a week. I interviewed at Charter Fitness (Markham, IL) in May 2016.
I applied through Indeed & got a call the next day for an interview. I had my first interview yesterday. The manager really liked me, mostly because he graduated from the university that I go to. It turned into more of a conversation towards the end. I have another interview with another manager tomorrow but I was already told to "expect good things" from that interview so I pretty much have the job.
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