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Ryanair Employee Review

A place to gain experience and then move on

3.0
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1 May 2017
You never get the feeling that you really matter to the company, you're just a number who can be easily replaced.

Good place to gain experience as you do learn a lot about the airline industry, but DEFINITELY not a place to stay for a long time as the atmosphere just wears you down.


No flexi time even though they advertise it in some of their job descriptions.

No free food although the canteen is cheap.


Don't work here if you're used to benefits as there are none!
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2.0
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2.0
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2.0
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Attractive office
Cons
Toxic culture
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