-Managing of accounts for current members (that I have signed up) -Helping design marketing ideas for external marketing -Goal setting for daily and for the week -Hardest part of the job, finding new members -Easiest part of the job, servicing members
Sales Manager (Former Employee) – North Haven, CT – August 12, 2016
Improved the center’s revenue with sales and retention, moving it to the 2nd position within corporation. Created awareness of the club around the community and empowered my staff to meet their measures as well.
Associate (Current Employee) – Glastonbury, CT – July 16, 2013
Excellent company to work for. There is not a bad thing I can say. Many opportunities and room for growth. Love their innovative ideas and amazing marketing department. Great corporate atmosphere. Always open to new ideas and concepts.
Free gym membership, Flexible family oriented company.
The fitness industry is not the most high paying industry, but Healthtrax find a way to make it worth it with other flexibility and benefits.
Personal Coach & Fitness Trainer (Current Employee) – Warwick, RI – September 4, 2012
As a young trainer this is a great place to start out. Management will hire you without a training certificate in hopes that you obtain one in the near future. Each trainer is given floor hours and expected to find their own training clients from working these hours. Mangaement is not very clear and policies change on a regular basis. The most rewarding part of the job is the results clients get from your training program. The focus is more on sales and less on the results you provide your clients
Trainer (Former Employee) – Avon, CT – March 8, 2013
Takes forever to get started because manager is hardly on site. Very poor communication. At a staff meeting, I was the only staff who attended. Unbelievable lack of support from manager. Don't waste your time.
no pay unless you squeeze every penny out of a customer