Sink or swim, but if you kept your head on straight you can make a decent paycheck.
Assistant Fitness Manager (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – July 1, 2017
EOS bought out the Golds franchise halfway through my employment. The company wasnt doing very well financially so we didnt have all the latest and greatest tech equipment (computers, machines, etc.). We had to learn how to make our very under par equipment look like bentleys to the public. The compensation plans were good for the most part, had a few bumps in the road where they made some terrible changes for a couple months but they fixed them eventually. Good company to work for if youre just looking to go in, work hard and hustle, and go home.
Develops people into hunstlers
Never got new equipment and always had to make excuses as to why things were always broken.