Practitioner (Former Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – January 16, 2018
I didn't work there for very long, I was able to get my certificate as a practitioner and started working right after. It was fun while it lasted, I learned how to properly stretch someone and how to properly adjust when someone is uncomfortable.
Stretch Practitioner (Current Employee) – Plano, TX – January 13, 2018
The business concept is genius in profiting quickly. The biggest expense is training Stretchers. Why not pay them better and incentive them to stay? Living off an inconsistent paycheck is not reasonable and on top of that it's physically demanding.
GM's should make commission off of their sales and they don't.
They're bonus system really leaves anything to be desired.
Greedy pay structure overall, but expect free work hours from you at times. And the 20 you MAY make the hour is if you're booked back to back. You may just spend on rehab or wrist braces for your self.
Great potential if things are seriously addressed for the employees and changes are made for them!
Stretcher (Former Employee) – FL – January 5, 2018
You get to work in workout clothes and socks, relaxed job. Stretches take a toll on your body and you don't get paid enough for it...(minimum wage) People rarely tip. Spend all your time working there and still hard to make money there.
Make your own schedule, awesome coworkers/work atmosphere
Horrible place. Bad management. Lack of communication and pay.
Stretch (Former Employee) – FL – December 17, 2017
The management is bad here. The only way to make money is if you have clients back to back. But that will take a toll on your body. You’re expected to stay there even if you have no clients so you are sitting there not getting paid. Sometimes they don’t pay you for every stretch you do.
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – Lake Mary, FL – December 7, 2017
The managers and people who run the Lake Mary branch are absolutely dispeciable and treat their employees terribly. They cut your hours without notice, change your schedule without notification and the pay is barely minimum wage. I would not recommend this company for work or stretching.. they are not licensed professionals who should be pretending their doctors.
Stretch Practitioner (Former Employee) – Coral Springs, FL – July 18, 2017
Stretch Zone was an overall great working experience, but It could have been much better. Right now the main focus of the company is growth and expansion. I believe that Stretch Zone should prioritize improving their current locations and creating a closer bond with their employees. This will assure the quality of their services and create stronger bonds between their internal family (not just the personnel in corporate or management, but practitioners and front desk workers as well).
practioner (Former Employee) – Florida – July 14, 2017
The concept of the company is great. In addition, the interaction with clients and helping them improve their wellbeing is awesome. However, there was major issues with management at times. What made matters worse is how corporate/owners failed to adequately address client and employee complaints... even when complaints were justified and severe in nature. Another downside is that the job can become a toll on ones body.
clients, concept of the company, pay, schedule flexibility
management, owners/corporate, the work itself can be detrimental to one's body
Practitioner (Former Employee) – Plantation, FL – June 14, 2017
This Job was awesome, getting to know people and help with their everyday pains was the best reward for me. However management was awful it was a different person every month no consistency and no care for their practitioners. Okay pay if you get to build up your clientele
I enjoyed my staff and clients. They are my reason to motivate my positive workday. I am an Office Manager, however, there is no structure set for my GM and his staff, staff is their own boss, which makes it difficult for the GM to manage his staff.