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Activity Instructor in London
on 6 July 2020
Good work relationshipsThe quality of staff is good at fit for sport, in that case I do believe staff should be paid better. The work life balance is poor there is no consideration for your personal life which is unhealthy to have to deal with in any job. Other than that I did enjoy working for fit for sport.
Assistant Camp Manager in Bristol
on 22 October 2021
Just to easy to get blamed for other peoples problems and issuesJust extremley clicky with certain people, at the site I was asigned, no accountability and or responsibility is taking serious and unless ypu are in someones back pocket who is up in higher management it is easy for a new employee to get the blame for anything. truly dissappointing considering how lovely the clients were. Operationally speaking a big shake up and wake up of RESPONSIBILITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY.
Sports Coach in Tolworth, Greater London
on 21 September 2021
Productive and fun workplace3 hours a day for after school club, positive atmosphere, great colleagues, nice management, close location.hardest part of the day is dealing with troubled children and just making sure every child is happy but also joining in with all activities and snack preparation in a positive environment. The most enjoyable part of the job is just having a great time with the children playing activities together having a laugh, telling jokes. Making the kids day better. Playing there favourite games or just talking getting to know the children more.
Site Manager in London, Greater London
on 22 February 2021
Hard workers not appreciatedWorked for FFS for a few years. Started as an Activity leader and was in no set location. Often being called after you had got to your school for camp to be told you are needed somewhere else across london so you must go. I also did PE and had large breaks through my day which i did not get paid for as that was contract with the school. Amd difficulties you may experience with children parents or incidents seniors mgnt will not back you up and will tell the parents you will be re trained. I have also saw ppl for no good reason be moved from camp because a parent complained. Pay is ridiculous. As i took on more responsibility of a site manager the pay increase was laughable. Only pro was that i was in a school fulltime and had good staff with me and the school head and teachers and TAs were supportive of what were did. Often ffs staff are looked down upon by teachers etc in certain schools and any problems you have in your pe class just insnt their problem. A lot of staff turnover and very weak staff. If you are over a camp and have 6 or 7 staff on site youbwill be lucky if 2 ppl know what they are at.
Multiple Roles in United Kingdom
on 15 December 2020
Extremely Negative Experience-Unprofessional-Pay errors -Lack of support -Lack of training -Disorganised staffing -Lack of equipment-Not child focused anymore -No guidance
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