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The management have their favourites and never seem to recognise the hard work that the food and beverage department consistently put in every single day!! No help from them during peak periods even though it was promised as they cut our 10am-2pm/5pm-9pm shifts to “save labour”.

This job is so stressful and demanding. You can’t do right for wrong. It a seriously a should destroying place to work. I can’t wait to leave. Been looking for a new job for a few weeks now. GET ME OUT OF THERE!!!!

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40% off within the cafe

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Monthly - although the pay wasn't that attractive. It helped me get by during my time at university and college.

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They are flexible and you can have as many or as little as you want.

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On average 20-30 hours a week

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BE RESPECTFUL TO STAFF !!! Elaine -GM and Senior managers should treat their staff members who keep the club departments running with the 'RESPECT' they deserve for the hard work they put in daily ... not talk down and give unachievable targets that only senior managers see any perks or bonus, not hard working staff on the floor ... disgraceful !! This is the reason for yearly high staff turn over in this club ... Min wage and No work incentives in any department to promote productivity at all, unlike other fitness club brands I could work for.

Reason for leaving - Better job offer, incentives, wage, less work pressure, friendly general and senior management

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Why would I be suited to the job

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Yes but only if you’re willing to work in a department that is not gym related to start off with.

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