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- of employees say healthcare coverage is good or excellent.45 responses
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- of employees say the family leave policy is good or excellent.45 responses
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- of employees believe their work helps make the world a better place.45 responses
- of employees say it's easy to work remotely.45 responses
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- of employees say taking vacation is encouraged.45 responses
- of employees say the workplace is parent friendly.45 responses
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- of employees say coworkers socialize.45 responses
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- of employees say the ratio of men to women is about 50/50.45 responses
- of employees say the company has average diversity.45 responses
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24 Hour Fitness Reviews
While I very much like my co-workers and the members at the location I serve, the company as a corporation leaves much to be desired. Rules and regulations about time off when I was a personal trainer with this company were not geared toward people with families. Thankfully, I rarely had emergencies such as sick children, but when my husband deployed, I was unable to change my schedule to accommodate being a single parent. So I left the position as a personal trainer. I stayed on and am still employed as a group fitness instructor since the position allows for more freedom outside work. The company is currently in bankruptcy proceedings, and has been managed poorly at the corporate level for the duration of my employment.
I will start with what I enjoyed about 24 then go into what I did not like. I liked the company's mission change to service over sales. This emphasis does well, in theory, to cater to the members' well being. I enjoyed my own club's team dynamic and how we were able to create a productive atmosphere from the ground up. I enjoyed the flexibility we had. And I thoroughly enjoyed the opportunities and tools available to be coached and being geared toward growth. I did not, however, enjoy how head execs keep making company-wide decisions to cut things like towel-service and Kids' Club in efforts to "save money" when they had already "saved money" from cutting the entire sales team (AND THEIR COMMISSION) from all clubs the year prior. Nickel and diming members & team members alike for the growth of the company is pretty unfair in my eyes.
I believe this company really cares about making sure their employees are well trained and give opportunities to move up in the company, but they fail to care about the mental well being of their employees. They begin to stretch workers thin in order to save profits and hit budget, at their young, part-time employee's expense. Overall working for a gym is a great gig and you get to meet so many cool people and learn from them. I would definitely recommend if you enjoy working out.