If personal trainers are not training a client when they are at the club, then the club is losing money. That is the conventional wisdom of some club operators. However, is it correct? Traditionally, health club owners have treated personal trainers as if they are contractors, allowing them to make their own schedules and recruit their own clients. Some health club operators require personal trainers to work paid floor shifts outside of training sessions, contending that although trainers ...
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