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Ryanair Employee Review

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4.0
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19 February 2016
very stresfull place to work, long hours, sometimes had to do up to six flights a day, very unfair holiday policy, very demanding work for body
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3.0
Work/Life Balance
5.0
Salary/Benefits
5.0
Job security/advancement
2.0
Management
2.0
Culture
Pros
none
Cons
bad management
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Pros
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Pros
Easy entry and good roster 5/3
Cons
Salary, management, constant stress about sales, no recognition.
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