Steve Nash Fitness World & Sports Club
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They said they are hiring me for customer service, but they sent me every day outside to talk to random people and after that call them for getting a membership. They lied to me.
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The company culture isn't worth the time and effort as a PT there

Very chaotic management (at least at where i worked).Stressful sales pressurecompany has no regards for customer, just their money.I would not recommand this place to anyone

Points positifs

Free workouts

Points négatifs

Everything else
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work place and conditions

too much pressure for sales ,it is all about sales and dont care about health and exercise ,if you dont sale you dont have client , mostly sitting and taking on the phone to get the clients , I had some bad feedback from client , they were not happy when I called them.
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Awful working environment, all around toxic with unreasonable expectations

They pay you min wage, like actual min wage. for hours where you're at the gym "trying to get clients". then once you get them to come in for an assessment (which you're still only paid minimum wage for) you have to present to them a standard presentation with slides and be a sales person (even though there's a sales team).. save yourself some time, work somewhere else. they get you to pay for your own uniform (pretty common), buy your own business cards, you can only wear black pants and runners. they take a third of your personal training session cost. during the pandemic, they basically fired everyone that wasn't executive. and there was no compensation and they dont pay out vacation time. working over 12 hours isnt uncommon and you'll only get paid for 6. some days you wont even come in. some days you'll only work 2 hours and best case, that's with clients, otherwise it's min wage. you have to clean up the gym and if you're a girl get guys hitting on you, if you're a guy then get other guys judging you for not looking like a bull on steroids. there's a reason the turnover rate is higher than the pastries in a bakery. they only care about how much the company is making and if you're not making enough you could get fired. you also need to sell supplements (even though they taste bad) and you need to know everything about them. if you dont hit the minimums for personal training AND supplements. TLDR; expect to work ridiculously long hours, not get compensated for anything, basically working for a pyramid scheme company.
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Terrible workplace

I admire that it’s the most terrible workplace that I have ever seen in my whole life with lots of negative pressure. And lots of missed hours paid in your pay-check.
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5 stars

Loved my time working for Steve Nash Kitsilano. We had an amazing team when I first stared and I’m incredibly grateful for the opportunity they provided me with. Nothing but great things to say.
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bad upper management

Upper management has no idea what they are doing, no knowledge of the market in Vancouver, gouges members as much as their employees. Would work anywhere else
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Toxic work environment

This company has a $20M Class Action Lawsuit filed against them for unethical business practice and improper treatment of employees. Search Vancouver Sun and Global BC News for related news stories.
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Flexible Work hours

Coworkers are very friendly but it is also a competitive environment. Everything is focused on sales. Management helps to close leads and constantly gives advice on how to approach customers on the floor and get new leads.

Points positifs

Flexible Work Hours

Points négatifs

Limited Sales opportunities
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Excellent

I like indeed because I can find my favourite people and jobs Personal motivation to keep fit and the ability to motivate others to do the same. Patience and the ability to explain things clearly. Understanding of lifestyle, diet and the human body. Awareness of safety and good working practices.

Points positifs

Free lunges

Points négatifs

Long hour
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Friendly fun coworkers, shady management who only care about sales goal.

Working here only makes me feels like a salesman not a trainer. All they care about is hitting the sales goal for training package and supplements, employees and clients are not the priority. If you don't hit the sales goal manager will be constantly trash talking and assuming your doing a bad job as a trainer or not doing anything at all. Also they expect you to stay in the gym and work without pay to get more clients even if you don't have any shifts. I finally left the job respectively and still got banned from being a member there even when I didn't violate any policy at all, which proves how shady, unprofessional and hypercritical they are.

Points positifs

Friendly co-workers, potential to make good earnings.

Points négatifs

Only care about sales numbers not the clients. Shady and hypercritical management.
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Unrealistic expectation

They expect a lot from you for minimum wage. They sell you on what you could make if you hit all your goals but not on what you take home in a normal month. People working there are super nice, but management belittles staff and sometimes publicly, which is totally unprofessional. Good place to work if you’re a student or someone who wants flexible hours.

Points positifs

Good employees, free gym membership

Points négatifs

Poor wage, bad compensation plan, management seems easily angered
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Avoid if possible

sales are prioritised before customer service, have to sell steve Nash brand supplements to qualify for commission. upper management encourages extremely pushy sales tactics. If you hit your sales goals they will be increased the following month.
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Stay away.

This company is greedy. They disregard their employees and members. Upper management is improfessional. I highly recommend staying away from this type of environment & culture.

Points positifs

free membership after 3 months

Points négatifs

long hours, “blackout” periods, change ofn plan repeatedly, general lack of care & respect for employees, unrealistic targets
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Work hard and get paided little

I am not impressed by this company. For childminding they pay too little for the ratio of children. No petty cash for available for toy and craft supplies.

Points positifs

Free membership and staff discounts after 3 months

Points négatifs

Poor wage for childminding
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Great stepping stool job

Not the worst job out there. Not the dream job either. I must give credit to this company as i have learned so much from them. I have gained a lot that I could utilize on both my professional career and personal life.
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Relax and Fun Place to work

As a sales position, we are always attracting people to visit the gym with a work plan of the manager. Because it´s a relaxing place we are always having fun and enjoying our work. Also, you have the option to work out after or before your shift for free in any Steve Nash location.

Points négatifs

free membership
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...If you want to get into fitness.... Don't do it here.

I've worked in the fitness industry for 6 years prior to coming on board with Steve Nash Fitness World. They teach you a sales style very similar to high pressure car salesmen. Its unfortunate for young people that want to get into the fitness industry; they become completely tainted after working here. They are forced -- I mean forced to get leads from anywhere, they need to get these leads and make probably over 1000 calls a week in order to hit certain goals to get their bonus. And if you are a member there, you get harassed like no tomorrow. Sure they have contests and challenges but they use that to get phone numbers of your friends and family... AND they will non-stop call them and even text them to come in for a "free trial" or try to sell a membership to you. Don't even get me started about the Personal Training sales tactics. For anyone interested in getting into the fitness industry, trust me this is not the way to do it.

Points positifs

You learn high pressure sales tactics.

Points négatifs

Everything.
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Ready to have your life sucked out of you.

It's all about the company. It's all about exploiting young people keeness. You will learn a lot and when the time comes, move on. Their system isn't fair for the trainers and the members, at least financially, it's highway abuse.

Points positifs

Experience that will give you skills.

Points négatifs

You are going to be exploited to the bones.
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Great place if you are really dedicated in fitness industry

It can be an exciting place to work at but it can also get exhausted because of the Sales Targets. A lot of employees can get exhausted after a while and the pay doesn't seem to be that great after all.
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average

Purely a money driven company where the directors have lost sight of the customer experience altogether and many members are dissatisfied with the quality of facilities of some of the gym locations. There is far too much pressure on all workers to bring in money on the daily and they are only earning a minimum wage. There is also a divide within the community of workers due to competition with one another rather than being encouraged to work together as a team.

Points positifs

free gym membership, sales people can make decent commissions and PTs in platinum or gold club locations do well

Points négatifs

poor hours-front desk, poor pay with ability to make some commission if working long and hard hours
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