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Employee Manual with cover that says "Read the Manual - Instructions, Help & Advice"

Protect Your Gym With A Clearly Written Employee Handbook

Do you have an employee handbook for your gym? In my opinion, having a handbook is extremely important and relevant for large clubs and small clubs alike. As the boss it’s important to play your cards close to your chest, to maintain control. However, having the rules and definitions out in the open is something that gets everyone "singing from the same hymn sheet". It’s critical for staff to know how to handle difficult situations and feel confident in their actions. If boundaries aren’t clearly stated, your staff could fall into the miserable habit of passing the buck and ducking [...]

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Why Having Checklists Will Benefit Your Gym Business

When you're aiming for success in the fitness industry, there are a number of factors to consider during the start-up period. That's why it's always a good idea to have a checklist in place for everything to ensure smooth business operations. A detailed checklist helps you keep the gym organized without unnecessary effort and also improves your chances of establishing a name in the industry. Let's find out why each of the following checklists play a role in the growth of your fitness business: Supplies By having a supplies checklist for your gym, you can see to it that every [...]

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Part IV: Which is Better…Costs and Liability Issues.

Recap! I want to do a short recap to this series...so please bear with me.  In this continuation of the series, "Which is better...", Part I explores the most basic differences between a personal trainer who is hired as an independent contractor and one who is hired as an employee.  Part II explores compensation with both the independent contractor and the employee.     Part III explores whether or not gym members have a preference in the hiring status of their personal trainers and whether or not they can even tell the difference.  If you have not explored Part III, please do [...]

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