Very laid back interview process. Unprofessional process. I applied and received a call for an interview for Operations Manager in Training a few days later. During the interview we walked around the club as he asked me questions. I was told I would receive a call back regardless whether I was chosen for the position. Never received a call or email regarding a decision. Not surprising since it happens all time, but it would be nice if companies could approach the interview process with a little more professionalism. People really do sit and wait for a call to find out if they got the job or not and to just not call or anything is unprofessional. I wouldn’t apply here again.
I did a application on indeed for a sales consultant, and then I got a call the next day asking could I could in for a interview. I went in for the interview, and was asked basic behavior questions. Also things like why do I wanna in a fitness career. The manager liked me, and set me up a second interview the same day with the distract manager. It wasn’t really a interview because all he did was explain what the job was, and what we would be doing. So I basically knew from there I had the job.
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.
Well first i waited over 2 hours for my interview, then when i finally was able to start my interview he didnt seem interested in my work experience and what i can do for the company. He asked unnecessary questions like what is the last movie i watched and what i like to do when im at home which i felt like had nothing to do with the job.
Well, for starters, the person who set up my interview gave me a location that took me to them middle of nowhere, (30 mins from my house in morning traffic) and then to another location which was the WRONG LA Fitness. Come to find out the location was right by my house the whole time. Then, when I get there they don't accept my certification (NASM), when it CLEARLY says on my resume that I am NASM Certified, so why did you even set the interview up in the first place and have me do all of that for nothing? Would it have killed you to actually read my resume, so you would know I wouldn't be qualified for the postion, or would you rather me call in to my current job (losing money) to do all of that for nothing. VERY UNORGANIZED and very disappointing. If you're NASM Certified, don't apply. I'll tell you ahead of time what they won't bother to.
I felt like I did well in the interview. Just not fun waiting for over an hour and seeing the lack of professionalism around in this location. Glad that wasn’t my main location.
Simple and to the point, LA fitness wants aggressive go getters that want to win. If that's you then the interview is short but you better not over sale yourself. But very professional and fair all the way around. And to correct some of the comments below they done promise the world they just show you your earning potential. It's up to you to go get it. Most people can't and they blame anything and everything but themselves but the few that that stick it out and grind will be rewarded with a club of your own and yes General Managers make 65k to 150k.
It was mainly a walk-through and and general interview questions.
Answered - Front Desk (Former Employee) - West Covina, CA
Tell good things of what you can make and then tell you it is just a bad week and it will get better next time
Answered - Personal Trainer/personal trainer counselor (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ
Call first, second interview in person.
Answered - Activities Director, Instructor (Current Employee) - Kent, WA