Field Service Representative (Current Employee) – Ashburnham, MA – December 1, 2018
In this Industry, I learn something every day. My typical day is a 10 hour day and get paid for 8 because of the Portal to Portal Act. The hardest part of my job is open communication with management. The most enjoyable part of my job is my team. We are like family. We all lean on each other when questions or problems arise.
Manager (Current Employee) – Rosemont, IL – November 4, 2018
Overall Life Fitness is stuck in the past. The policies set up are old and will not attract top talent. They need to come out of their shell and understand that this is 2018/2019 and the world has change.
Lead Installation Technician (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – October 24, 2018
Life Fitness is a good company that gives its employees good benefits along with discounts within there company. The travel and work was always a exciting part of the job along with installing their fitness equipment.
Productive and fun place to work at people are very friendly and out going peaceful work environment
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Franklin Park, IL – January 27, 2018
One of my favorite jobs I’ve worked for . Grew a bond with my coworkers and my managers work was easy to learn and catch on depending on the attitude you’d walk in the door with. Good pay good hours and good people what else could you really ask for .
3 breaks, catered lunch, flexible and understanding management, great coworkers
Easy Job, Great Co-workers....Management Micro-Manage, Moral is low
Technical Customer Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Rosemont, IL – December 8, 2017
It's a call center job nothing more than that. There are 3 division on the call center floor. Parts, Tech, Specialty. Everyone starts in the same division of parts and then moves on to one of the others divisions depending on how they are working. You would think it is a promotion to move to a new division, but no. There is no raise or benefit changes just an addition in your workload. The entire company treats the call center as the lowest department in the company including the CEO (in my opinion).
Management has its good managers and bad managers. The bad managers will micro-manage you, but not know any of the workload themselves. The good managers end up getting shut down because the bad managers have formed a high school click with upper management and HR. So nothing is ever done to correct their actions.
The job is easy, the pay is low. Numbers are the only thing that matters to the upper management. They claim quality over quantity, but the entire floor knows this is false.
The co-workers on the floor with you are the best part of the job. Since most management doesn't know the workload, you will be looking for help from your co-workers instead.
As of rite now late 2017 the moral on the floor is at an all time low.
First ten years was productive working & later many stress
Senior Electrical Engineer (Former Employee) – Franklin Park, IL – October 16, 2017
First starting 10years was productive & very good working environment. Management style was many change after company sold to other big group. The management was giving more pressure and many people leaving company.
Lead Assembler (Current Employee) – Ramsey, MN – October 12, 2017
Its a good place to work for someone who loves putting in hours. Its a very friendly work environment on the floor. Management is very kind and easy to get along with and truly do care for their workers out on the floor.
this was a fun job very competitive and very hard work i left due to low pay as kids were starting at fast food jobs making what i was making there but have heard their low pay has changed since i left