Club owners are in the business of helping members take time for their health and make themselves a priority, but maintaining those same standards for the club's own employees can be a challenge. In a business that often involves long hours and stress, it is easy to forget about keeping a good quality of work life.
"There's a tendency to put in a lot of hours and have a lot of expectations," says Maureen McGonagle, director of campus recreation at DePaul University,
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