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Town Sports International
Happiness rating is 55 out of 100Below average
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About the company

  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    $100M to $500M (USD)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale

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Salary estimated from 1.2K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.


Employees at Town Sports International have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.
Paid time off
Gym membership
Health insurance
Dental insurance
Vision insurance
Flexible schedule
Employee discount
Retirement plan
Professional development assistance

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 1.3K reviews and is evolving.


Summer Babysitter in Fairfax, VA
on May 25, 2021
I worked with children and it was super fun. Their parents would drop them off and go work out while we played, watched movies and colored. Some parents were super rude but most of them were sweet.
Sales Manager in Waltham, MA
on June 15, 2021
ok job for people in college. Not well paying beyond that. Commission structure changes regularly. poor work life balance. Poor pay.Management places alot of stress on hitting monthly sales quota to combat the overwhelming monthly cancels.
Area Fitness Manager in Kalorama Heights, DC
on June 13, 2021
Used to be a great company but went all the way downhill in the Washington DC and Bethesda area.Clubs around these areas feel abandoned and dated and the same is the case with the management.
Fitness Supervisor in New York, NY
on May 24, 2021
They are in their place because they know someone. They play favorites with employees. The management structure is ridiculous. You have a fitness manager and then an area fitness manager and then a fitness director. Not to mention the GM and the business director. You have to report to all of these individuals. They are require different and specific things. It’s confusing and not worth the stress.
Membership Sales Con in New York, NY
on April 19, 2021
Don’t let the NEW LOGO fool you it’s the same Old Town Sports International, they’ve sold the NYSC, to another company an created or Revived there TMPL Brand. However they’re still the same working with less staff during the pandemic but expecting more of there employees, while giving them nothing. Taking from there members making cancellations difficult yet taking new members. This company is not one I would recommend to work for ever, I worked with them for 6 years at multiple locations and it hasn’t done anything to improve except to renovate locations and change their membership levels without proper explanation to there employees or membership

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Favorable experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

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