Hiring great personal trainers for your studio is a lot easier said than done.
Building a team of qualified and motivated trainers ensures your business has the best possible chance of success. Likewise, your trainers leaving can result in losing both clients and revenue. Any business owner knows this is something you need to avoid at all costs.
Stating your trainers are the face for your company is obvious, they’re going to interact with your clients more than anyone else in your organisation. If your employee turnover rate is high, your clients notice and the familiarity they crave isn’t provided at your establishment. If you want to lower the risk of losing trainers and clients, you need to spend time focusing on the hiring and training process.
This article was provided by Sean Donnelly from ListFitness.com. Sean is an avid fitness enthusiast who started his own fitness blog recently to share his fitness tips and thoughts about living healthy. Follow Sean on Twitter.
Tristan Hill, Masters of Sports Coaching, author of Lifting the Bar and mentor to Personal Trainers.