Steve Nash Fitness World & Sports Club
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20 janvier 2019
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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Company only cared about money and not their employees. Upper management is delusional. Pay was extremely unfair. Favouritism was a very obvious problem
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Personal Trainer (Ancien employé) - marine drive north vancouver
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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25 mars 2020
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Personal Trainer (Ancien employé) - Vancouver, BC
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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