3 Key Factors That Differentiate Bootcamps That All Providers Should Know

Bootcamps are, currently, one of the most popular styles of training on the market. With so many providers for clients to choose from, it is essential that you offer something ‘next level’ if you want to stand out. Here are three key factors that differentiate a successful bootcamp from an average one. 1. Value Add… Read More

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6 Quick Pricing Strategies for Your Digital Products

Introduction Compared to digital products, pricing physical products is easy. You will: Know how much it costs to produce the product; and Base your price(s) on how much profit you want to make. Digital products are different, as you can’t price your digital products the same way as you do your physical products. The lure… Read More

Some Ideas on How to Reduce Staff Turnover

If you own or manage a fitness business, one of the first challenges you will face is recruiting the right people – it will also be one of your highest priorities. Once you have recruited, inducted and on-boarded your new staff, the next big challenge will be to keep them. What you do not want… Read More

Employment Interview Questions (For Fitness Businesses)

Introduction An employment interview, whether using a structured or unstructured format, is an important element in the recruitment and selection process – with it usually being the first time you will have met the candidate face-to-face. It is also important to have consistency regarding the questions you ask each candidate so that you can compare… Read More

Capita Misses Savings Targets for UK Armed Forces Recruitment

Capita, a FTSE 25 company and the outsourcing provider for UK armed forces recruitment, has been repeatedly missing government savings targets on its contract to recruit soldiers to the British army. Over the last six years, Capita has delivered just £2.73 million of savings against a Ministry of Defence target of £104.3 million. Reference Bond, D. (2018) UK… Read More

Quantity & Measured versus Quality & Judged

“In fact, quality, not quantity, becomes the watchword. But quality must be judged, not measured.” (Bleecker, 1986, p.98). Reference Bleecker, S. (1986) Taking the Factory out of the Office. Computerworld: The Newsweekly for the Computer Community. XX(24), pp.95-104.