A child abuse incident is not only devastating for the child, but it also can be devastating to a club’s reputation, especially if the club did not do employee background checks or ignored warning signs.
Employers who are continuing to incentivize their employees to join health clubs are looking more and more toward assessments and testing to ensure their investments are contributing to a healthier workforce.
One of the four categories that drive member attrition rates is contract design. How club owners draft their contracts has a direct and measurable impact on member retention. Contracts need to be built around three features.
The large number of visitors coming and going to fitness clubs and the late hours many of these facilities are open create numerous opportunities for theft or vandalism. Offering a secure establishment guarded by surveillance technology can help...
Although employees, including trainers, leave their employers every day, some in the industry see a growing trend of personal trainers who are leaving big box clubs either for other professions or to open their own studios.