I have been working at Lifetime Training full-time (More than a year)
I think the culture varies a little between floors but, where I work, the environment is positive and supportive. You are provided with absolute clarity in regards to the expectation of your role, and allowed a lot of input when deciding your performance targets. The salary is industry standard, and a great team makes it a fun yet professional place to work. There are tangible opportunities for career progression if you are driven and willing to put the work in. Flexibility and an emphasis on managing your own time enriches the working experience.
No sick pay means that employees often turn up to work poorly and then infect the rest of the team: not a great policy! That said, there are some good perks.
Advice to Management
Rethink your sickness policy. Aside from that, a good place to work.
I applied online. I interviewed at Lifetime Training in October 2017.
Online application followed by initial telephone interview.
In principal this would have been okay but interviewer was 10 minutes late using it being Monday morning as an excuse! Not impressed at all.
I was sent a brief prior to interview requesting specific information re experience relevence be prepared. Spent the evening prior to call note taking etc. It wasn't referred to once. Stunned.
I had prepared a number of questions, particularly as I was looking to change careers, and interviewer tried to cut me short after 3 questions. Overall impression Poor.