I find this company very welcoming, when I first started in the company everyone was friendly, asking me if I needed any help, don't hesitate to speak to management if your not sure on things, or have a concern. You get to know all the staff members inside and outside the workplace as there are also social events around the year. There is always an opportunity if available to branch to another area of the company if you so wish, or to pick up more hours. There is a café, available to customers and staff, so whenever a coffee break is need that option is there, which is one of the benefits I enjoy. Whilst working there you will receive training as well that will help better your skills for your job, learning activities on the internet and new ways that the company try to help you through your work, these get discussed in meeting or can be brought to the managers attention. I would say the only downside to working at a leisure centre would be the pay, as a receptionist I have to deal with all the customers, their complaints, bad behaviour, any concerns; as well as the good as well. I'm sure many people as they are underpaid, but a little pay rise doesn't go unnoticed.
Staff Discount and Free Gym Membership