- National Institute of Fitness and Sport22.Jun 2016
Most work is independent but you have a large network of coworkers to reach out for support and idea sharing.
Overall compensation for your work
The benefits are not the best and the salary is limited and unlikely to move much past your initial salary. The benefits of this position lay more so in the work/life balance and its flexibility.
After a year or two in this position it becomes less challenging as you become more efficient. There is little room for growth in the company past a manager position.
What I like about the company
What I love most is the independence I have within my position to create unique programs that are fun and efficient. I really appreciate my boss for allowing such independence but always being there as questions arise or a need for support presents itself. The work/personal life balance is great. It is never an issue to leave for a dr. appt, to plan a vacation, or to take care of myself when sick. To enjoy this job the most, you will need to possess discipline and a desire to work effectively by yourself.
What I dislike about the company
I wish there was room for growth within the company, better health insurance plans and benefits, and more incentive to continue education such as tuition reimbursement. Excellent job and management but you eventually hit the "ceiling effect" and will desire to keep growing and expanding in your skills, responsibility, and reward.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyNational Institute of Fitness and Sport
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Current employee
- PositionC-Suite / Leadership