CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) – Logan, UT – April 4, 2017
ICON Health and Fitness is an excellent place to work. The training given is spot on. I personally found my co-workers to enjoyable to work with. I enjoyed going to work and helping customers. It is an excellent place for people who enjoy working on a team.
Weekly team meetings, positive feed back, and lots of support.
would have loved to continue my work with this company but unfortunately my schedule had too much of a impact at the time. job always kept you on your toes, never did the same thing ever day. would recommend this job to the right people any day!
Tool and Die Maker (Machinist) (Former Employee) – Logan, UT – June 25, 2016
They lay off people every other year. Finally they moved most the work to China. That just goes to show how cheap of a company they are. If they want to pay Chinese $.5/hr of work, what do you think they will think of your wages?
Home-based CRA II/III (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – June 24, 2016
Great company to work for!! Been there for over two years and have had no major issues. Great job work life balance, compensation, and job security. The management and job culture is pretty good as well.
Retail District Supervisor Manager - TN, AL, MS (Former Employee) – memphi – March 30, 2016
Very Productive in all aspects, paper work, management meetings, setting up events with local or big time celebrities. (yo gotti,fetty wap, cast of the empire, ect.) Learned to multitask & meet deadlines,learned a lot about the men fashion industry (urban wear) (brands I associated with Rockstar, True Religion, PRPS, Robin Jean, Bally, Louis Leeman, MCM, ect.
Co-workers were amazing, uplifting high spirited, fashion iconist. Would love to work again with such amazing people. The hardest part of the job was meeting deadlines for a total of 46 stores, as far as getting advertisement done, buying merchandise for each individual store. Traveling to each region was starting to take a toll on me but I managed it & did what I was told. The most enjoyable part of my job was, traveling to different states for big time trade show. Working with great people, seeing celebrities. Highlight was picking out the wear everyone enjoyed the most. I'm glad I was apart of this company.
Travel, Meeting celebs, Enjoyable office space
going from store to store, no healthcare, no benefit
I like the the great opportunity to make changes if that was for improvement. great schedule to work.
In summer time was low that give as opportunity to be with the family and enjoy the summer.
I learn a lot about organization and lean Manufacturing and be self motivated. the management was open to new ideas and implementation of them. I like to work with a different people from many cultures Make people to change ways to work and implement lean manufacturing but in the end all the people was into it.
The fun part was the opportunity to implement changes and facilitated the job of the people making his job easy and more productive with less effort.
because was the steel part Under the office was always duty with black powder
Transportation Driver (Current Employee) – Waxdale, WI – January 12, 2016
I currently enjoy my current job. I help transport employees to and from the train station in a timely fashion. My passangers and I have formed a good relationship over the years and really enjoy serving them. The most difficult part of my job is driving in the snow. I am very skilled in this regard, so its not too challenging. The most enjoyable part of my job is the people I work for and with. We get along very well.
network administrator (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – January 11, 2016
Great environment, managed office network, devices, and company website. Learned more about Apple OS and devices. Hardest part of the job was meeting the demand of the staff and customers. Most enjoyable part of the job was editing website.
Clincal Ops (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – December 30, 2015
I had a good time at ICON when it started, that being said, it turned at the end. The CEO talks alot about how great the company is doing but they never really want to promote. Some of the managment in the Chicago office is lackluster and can actually be alittle bit of a bully and mentally abusive. i still have PTSD from the blond lady who looks like an orangutang.
Mangment is lacking, put more into your lower level staff.