Personal Trainer (Former Employee) – Montrose, CO – June 10, 2016
The gym management has been some of the best people that I have ever worked along side! The next level of corporate management, not so much! Too many chiefs, not enough Indians! Went through 4 different people in 3 years, not good!
Office/Club Manager (Current Employee) – Round Lake, IL 60073 – March 30, 2016
I love how busy and quickly time flies by at work during a short 3 hr shift. I start with checking and returning phone and email messages regarding new membership pricing and questions, tours wanting to be booked, and any current member issues or questions. Followed by a clean up of the club and machines. Then customer service calls regarding expiring memberships and renewals. During the day tours will be given by appointments set with the goal of achieving memberships sales. The rest of the time is spent on reports.delinquent calls,marketing, and member engagement.
I have learned much more about marketing and what will work best for our club. Putting together a groupon was one of my favorites and was thrilled it was a large income and membership builder for our club. I have also learned quite a bit on the office side of the job regarding billing, reports, numbers, and collections.
The best part about my job is definitely the people. Each shift is managed by a single employee so I make sure to welcome each member as they enter the club and check on newer members to see if they need any help navigating the machines. My heart definitely is soft on the older senior crowd and I recently launched a "senior" exercise class that is doing well.
The owner is a hands off owner which can be good and bad at times. The most challenging part is the turnaround on issues can be sometimes slow and frustrating to me as it frustrates members and I can't do anything to help the situation.
Coworkers have really stepped up to help out. With checklists we have really eliminatedmore... the communication issues we had when I first came on board.less
Free, unlimited gym access. Positive environment. Loved the members.
Owner slow to repair machines made for frustrated members.
Club Manager (Former Employee) – Fox River Grove, IL – March 25, 2016
Working at snap fitness was an incredibly valuable experience for me. I was able to further improve my management and customer service skills. The hardest part of the job was being on my own as the only manager at the club but it was very beneficial.
Generate Sales (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – March 8, 2016
Oversee all aspects of running the company. I have learned that an unethical and selfish public can be fatal to any company. Management is very supportive. Coworkers are great. The hardest part of my job is keeping positive energy in the gym. The most enjoyable part of my job is helping people reach their goals.
The General Public have little common courtesy or respect.
Manager (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – February 24, 2016
I am a former employee who was with the company for over 3 years. I was unable to advance even though I got my degree and ended up being layed off out of nowhere. They pay you minimum and make bonuses so small they don't make a difference. They expect you to work crazy hours. DO NOT WORK AT SNAP FITNESS!!!!
Manager (Current Employee) – Pittsburg, TX – January 27, 2016
Working with clients on a daily basis helping them achieve their goals in fitness. I love working with my manager she is very good at extending a helping hand. I have learned that being in the public and helping people with decisions is a great thing. Its amazing when you are able to help someone believe in themselves. The hardest part of my job, is when I see a client cry. My assistant is a harder worker and glad to have apart of the team.
Custodian (Former Employee) – El Dorado Hills, CA – November 23, 2015
Snap Fitness was a great environment with kind and understanding Staff Members. I would have very much enjoyed working there longer but at the time I was still in High School and could not work Full-Time. I would highly recommend this job for anyone. I have no complaints to state, as hard to believe a that is considering every other establishment I've ever been to had some issue.
General Manager (Current Employee) – Spring, TX – November 12, 2015
The upper management is nice and easy to talk to. Snap is a good company as far as that goes, but only 5 PTO days per year. It's kinda sad. Very easy job, but in this particular location there is not much room for advancement.
Free gym access, friendly upper management
Working for Snap in a country club can feel like having two bosses. Also, not much room for growth or advancement.
Manager (Former Employee) – Fitchburg WI – September 28, 2015
unprofessional, did not get paid, shady, I am referring to one site. I do not know what the others are like and I do not want to say in any way that they maybe the same. I did not get my pay for the last two months. Checks bounce every week