Good comradery, fun atmosphere, easy job but little pay
Child Care Attendant (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – June 4, 2018
My typical day at the EOS Kids Gym was comprised of playing with children and spending time with my coworkers. We would draw, color, watch movies, and play toys with the kids. Overall a fun and easy job. I learned a lot about ECE as we were required to take a certain amount of those courses while we were employed. Learned a lot in general about safety involving children and how to deal with children. I loved everyone I worked with and the workplace culture was great. The hardest part of the job was dealing with bad kids and the most enjoyable part was hanging out with the cute babies and toddlers and talking to my coworkers.
Save yourself the time and just don’t apply to Eos.
Personal Trainer (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – June 4, 2018
As someone with a Bachelors in Kinesiology and a NASM CPT I would expect to make a decent living off of personal training, but through Eos that is not possibly or even realistic. Trainers are not given a hourly wage, but instead make only between $9-$12 per client session IF they show up. If not, you only are allowed half of your session rate. The delegation of clients is based on if the Fitness staff likes you more than the other. This company lacks respect for those who desire to personal train and pay them as such.
Distribution of cliental, severe underpayment and management.
Personal Training Coordinator (Former Employee) – Glendale, AZ – February 26, 2018
Working for EOS was very stressful as a PTC, especially at the location I was at. If you aren't reaching numbers, you're fired no matter what. They don't take any explanation about anything, just look at numbers. CEO no very personal with employees.
Childcare Attendant (Current Employee) – Murrieta, CA – February 2, 2018
The children are the only thing worth it about working here. The director in childcare does not care about their employees and will bring her personal issues to work. The director will slam gates, roll her eyes and talk down to her employees. Employees are afriad to ask about time off or anything because they know they are going to get yelled at. Nothing is ever done because the general managers keep changing. We do so much more than we get paid for. All of us make minimum wage even the girls who have been there 5 years. No raises or opportunity to grow.
Front Desk/ Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Az – January 25, 2018
I wish there were more career advancement opportunities. I don't feel challenged enough, but the company is great. I get the support I need from management and I've gained many tools by being employment here for 7 years.
You will be successful if you are self motivated. The commission is decent. The main goal for any sales representative should be to get to general manager. The real money comes in when you are a general manager or above. But overall great sales experience and I learned a lot about management as well from just watching the managers and how they work and deal with problems.
Child Care Attendandt (Current Employee) – Glendale, AZ – December 1, 2017
Evening shifts are only 4 hours long and you're lucky if you get more than 2 shifts per week. You're getting paid the same in the childcare as the front desk but you have no opportunities for making commission and you do way more work.
very cool environment, all about teamwork. But the pay sucks, to have a lot of memberships and a lot of money coming in I believe they should be able to offer their employees a higher pay or more hours. Can't afford a living just working here have to get another job to do so.
Personal Trainer (Former Employee) – Murrieta, CA – November 5, 2017
You won't make a living here, they either love you and keep you fully booked or don't and give you a client every few months. You'll get paid $8 for their session, but they'll expect you to give them programs and meal plans to do on their own (which I normally charge $300 for)
The company itself is disorganized. They are focused on growing but have no programs in place and are just hoping things fall in place. HQ knows this, and is just satisfied with the result of it being better than a 3 years ago.
free gym membership, make your own schedule, train clients your way
low pay, clients cancel a lot, no way for trainers to make a set amount
Group Fitness Instructor (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – August 25, 2017
Like my supervisor, love teaching group X. Management has always been very helpful. The patrons seem to benefit greatly from the classes they take. All other employees have always been extremely friendly and easy to get along with.