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After agreeing to drive an hour to the interview, I had to wait an additional hour to meet with Curtis, apparently the VP. Not once did he come out to speak to apologize that he was running behind. Even though the job was not a fit for me, this type of treatment towards interviewees, is definitely not a polished look for LA Fitness.

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Bad service management

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If you're looking to work for LA Fitness in Miami, don't. I've heard horror stories, but decided I would learn the hard way. There is no sense of management what so ever, the gyms are filthy and no one picks up after themselves, and you will be made to feel like an idiot if you don't know how to speak Spanish. I was beyond excited to work for LA Fitness until I realized that the company itself does not care about their employees or the members, everyone is seen as a number. The personal training department is completely based on sales. The personal trainers themselves barely have a source of management because the director is solely focused on selling programs and keeping their commission. The pay structure is constantly changing; the hours worked and effort you put in for the amount of money you're making isn't worth your time at all. Not to mention, your mental health and wellbeing as an employee are not put into consideration. I dealt with a harassment issue as an employee and was completely shut down by higher management. Being that I love fitness and helping change people's lives, I was absolutely devastated when I had to quit, but being treated with pure disrespect on top of having a college degree and getting paid a ridiculously low amount of money isn't worth the mental abuse.

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Nope! But you sign a disclaimer not to sell steroids or bring them into the club.

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This is not a team “family” job at all. If you clean you will not be noticed at all. Their rude and there was never in any AC, but yet they want you to clean a hot shower or sauna. I literally was only trained for a day and had to remember what I did that training day to try to clean the gym.

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They offer benefits for full-time employees after 90 days.

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Minimum wage.

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No they do not. My trainer went postal on me, so I Googled his name. He is a convicted Felon and is currently out on parole.

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Biweekly or every other tuesday

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Free membership

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