For many years, service businesses have been shifting their compensation structures to a more performance-based system. The health club industry has been adapting this concept slowly and only to a limited level. Even though the recession caused more club owners to revise their pay concepts, most have not done so in a systematic manner. Typically in the health club industry, most employees at the department head level and above receive salaries that account for 90 percent or more of their ...
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