Feel the Burn

Kufahl, Pamela
May 2004
Club Industry (07478283);May2004, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p30
Trade Publication
Presents tips to prevent burnout among health club employees. Appointment of right employees in the right positions; Benefits of offer employee orientation and ongoing motivation; Significance of recognize employees for a job well done; Symptoms of employee burnout.


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