Athletic Business Newswire - Blog: SoulCycle Lawsuit Could Hurt Fitness Industry
I disagree. Let’s get real people. Instructors do a lot outside of class and if you haven’t been paying for it, and you expect more than just the usual make-a-playlist-and-occasionally-encourage-someone-to-go-to-your-class, then you’re a jerk.
ALSO - agree with the sentiments in the last paragraph. Just because the pay might now get split between class and duties outside of class, doesn’t mean that the instructors will get MORE. However, managers and owners must structure their payroll so it’s clear what duties their employees are being compensated for.
Very proud that Resolute Fitness has and always will pay instructors for attending meetings and doing work outside of class.
If you can’t afford to pay your employees for what they do, you’re doing it wrong. Your instructors should be your most valuable asset. Compensate them for it.
4:24 pm • 20 May 2013 • View comments
Non-Profit Salaries - What's a CEO Worth?
Amazing. If you follow this blog you’ll know I’m all for paying non-profit staff members equal to the going rate of pay in the corporate world, but this is a bit much. Especially for someone who’s performance is questionable. Thoughts? And does this make you feel differently about donating to Komen?
11:50 am • 6 May 2013 • View comments
Entrepreneurial Society Club: 20 Unstoppable Entrepreneurs Share Their Advice For Success
These amazingly talented male and female entrepreneurs share their most valuable advice for achieving success. There seems to be a pattern of looking past your failures and pursuing your goals with relentless persistence to reach success.
Read on for some invaluable advice on …
11:40 am • 3 May 2013 • 1 note • View comments