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    1. 2.0
      Mar 7, 2016
      Anonymous Employee
      Former Employee, more than 1 year
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      Gym membership perks and pool access are very good


      Management does not "walk there talk" This could be an amazing place to build a career if they placed value in there staff

      1. 4.0
        Jun 14, 2016
        Summer Camp Counselor
        Former Employee
        Columbia, MD
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        I was a camp counselor for two years in a row. The training is tough (they will kick you out of the program if you failed the tests) but that ensured you had a strong group of employees and you know people knew what to do. The friendships you make with your fellow counselors have lasted beyond my employment. If you love working kids, this is a great camp job. Also, Life Time has money, no other way to say it. The facilities are beautiful (and you get free gym membership to enjoy it) and quality resources are invested into the camps. We had good equipment to play games with the kids, good field trip locations, and coach (AC!) buses to take you there. At my own local branch, I knew my direct supervisor had our backs, expected a lot from us but was fair and kept work fun. The values of the 'healthy way of life company' are ingrained into you and really pushed through all aspects. Even though I don't work there anymore, I still attend the gym as a member because I know the training and resources Life Time invests.


        Some of the counselors are also employed at the child center throughout the year. It can get a little clique-y and sometimes, due to their familiarity, they let things slide more, assuming the newer employees will pick up the slack. But this is a minimal issue. The only other con is that because of the pricier nature of the gym, you do (sometimes) get a certain class of people who expect to be treated in a certain way (they like the word yes). That can sometimes translate to spoiled children. And sometimes that meant not getting parental support when their child misbehaved. And sometimes management would placate them rather than support our decisions. But that is overall very rare. 95% of the children are a pleasure to work with and most of the parents are very reasonable and very willing to work with you on behavioral issues, when they arise.

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