Summer Fitness Camp Counselor (Current Employee) – Overland Park, KS – July 6, 2016
I enjoy working for Lifetime. The people here are very nice and always welcoming when you first walk in. My supervisor is always letting us express our concerns, and acknowledges us. I worked Birthday Parties, PNO, Camps, Child Center.
Ultimate Hoops Regional Coordinator (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – February 16, 2016
I would not recommend Life Time Fitness as an employer to any of my friends or family. Their expectations are very high while the compensation is extremely low. For the work we do, our salary should be doubled, and that's not an exaggeration.
Personal Trainer/Nutrition Coach (Former Employee) – Raleigh, NC 27616 – February 7, 2016
They have a lot of advanced technology to help better your clients and are ahead of the game on most things in the health and fitness industry. The managers are terrible. I've dealt with two different ones and they both did not leave me with good guidance and were very pushy to my clients which is why I quit.
Life Cafe is somewhat Productive , They do need to show mor concern to their employees.
Life Cafe Suporvisor (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – January 20, 2016
I come into work for 5.00 in the morning, open and count the drawers for the morning shift. prep and get the food. coffee and smoothie stations all prepped for the morning shift. I log everything in my Suporvisor Log Book, make my food labels and start prepping the food for my Grab- Go Coolers. I have learned the different ways to run the Cafe at its best. I have made the Cafe a fun but organized place to work for my team members who worked under me. The hardest part of the jobb is to keep all my team members focused on their work. The most enjoyable part of my job is Interacting with the member, moms and their kids and going above and beyond to make everyone feel welcomed in the club and the Cafe.
Line Cook (Former Employee) – Lenexa, KS – January 2, 2016
I started out as just a line cook. It was a good job, but i wasn't making enough money. I asked for a raise after over a year, and they were so corporately ran, they would refuse even a penny (even though they're worth millions.) I finally worked my way up to supervisor, then to sous chef. I started liking it until all my friends ended up leaving and we got an entirely new crew. They had no idea what they were doing and constantly needed help. Management was alright, there weren't and great or horrible ones. The hardest part of the job was multitasking while others are standing around and you ask them to help and they just ignore you.
Member Services Specialist (Former Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – April 20, 2016
Management is very distant from the employees. Does not focus on growth of their employees. Lots of gossip between co workers Members of the club are great to work with Not many benefits for part timers Under staffed
Facility Operator (Former Employee) – Algonquin, IL – December 30, 2015
A typical day at work for me was come in at 7 am clean all the work out machines, fold towels, and greet members. Most of my coworkers were great to work with, while others did not treat you right at all, and if something did not go the way they wanted it to, they would yell at anyone. The hardest part of this job had to be getting up and cleaning for up to 3 hours. The most enjoyable part of this job had to be seeing and greeting all of the members.
I work majority evenings and it gets very busy with the group training workout classes and all you hear and see is how fun everyone is having plus the kids in the childcare center are always pumped up with there parents as well. There's nothing to hard at this job we love working together building an excellent experience for the entire friends and family.
Account Manager (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – June 23, 2016
long long long hours. No weekends off hardly ever. Be ready to work 12 hour days. Leads can be thin at times. Long hours. You will be on the phone a lot and at the end of each month you will be working 30 hours over two days almost.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Allen, TX – July 17, 2016
Everyone at lifetime was great. Couldn't ask for better staff and people to be around. They worked around my school and gave me discounts on haircuts,food, and free membership. What more could you ask for?
The whole building and every piece of technical equipment is my responsibility
chief engineer (Current Employee) – Westchester County, NY – January 5, 2016
-Walkthroughs everyday, and handling any issues found ASAP -Project management, Budgeting, Scheduling, Vendor negotiations -I have great managers that i work very well with -I work very well with my co workers -Keeping track of everything going on -I love fixing things
Coordinator (Current Employee) – Charter Township of Commerce, MI – June 10, 2016
My experience with Life Time Fitness has been quite the positive one. This company has provided me with knowledge of how a successful company runs and a whole lot of experience with a wide variety of clientele.