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Cabin Crew (Former Employee) –  Dublin9 October 2019
Small money! Very bad management! Hours are crazy!
Loved the job itself but supervisors and management make it very bad !! .............................
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Not an experience I would like to repeat
Flight Operations Administrator (Former Employee) –  Stansted, Essex17 September 2019
I would say that it depends on your line manager as to if you have a good experience here.
Unfortunately I did not. If you like to be sworn at in front of your co workers, belittled, excluded from *team* lunches (whereby the expense receipt detailed I was there when I clearly was not), and like to stick to regulation lunch hours with zero flexibility then go ahead. By contrast, the Dublin team are amazing and very nice! So go to Dublin head office!









STN head office
Pros
I’m not sure there were any! Perhaps the Nero coffee shop at Enterprise House!
Cons
Numerous (see above!)
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Caciquismo
Preferible anonimato (Former Employee) –  Anonimo22 August 2019
El personal que trabaja en Ryanair en general y como en cualquier sitio es en su mayoría es de gran valor humano, desgraciadamente campan por ahí un par de caciques no necesariamente masculinos que hacen y deshacen según les caigas, los sueldos y los horarios son tercermundistas.
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Ho lavorato lì perché non trovavo altro
Cabin Crew (Former Employee) –  Madrid, Madrid provincia5 August 2019
Contratti da 3 anni, no malattia o cambi turno, no buoni pasto, compenso basso e poca chiarezza sui contributi
Pros
Assume
Cons
Il resto
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péssima
OAE (Current Employee) –  Lisboa, Distrito de Lisboa22 May 2019
uma empresa que deu a retirou privilégios, uma empresa que pouco se importa com os funcionários a não ser quando algo de grave acontece, uma empresa que promove pressão psicológica a quem questiona a atuação de dirigentes, uma empresa que é gerida por outra empresa e que meteu um sindicato dentro para melhor fazer valer o seu low cost que não é somente no preço dos bilhetes...
Pros
nenhumas e experiencia
Cons
todas
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Empresa dinâmica
Comissária de bordo (Current Employee) –  Faro, Distrito de Faro16 January 2019
É um trabalho de stress. Mas é uma oportunidade para conhecer pessoas e sítios novos.
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Ambiente lavorativo tossico
Assistente di volo (Current Employee) –  Napoli, Campania8 December 2018
Continuamente ed eccessivamente sotto pressione.
Ti presentano l'azienda in un modo ma capirai ben presto che si tratta di un ambiente tossico, che sconsiglierei anche al mio peggior nemico.
Salario sotto il minimo consentito in tutti I paesi, contratto non nazionale e a dir poco vergognoso.
Run.
Pros
Impari a contare solo su te stesso
Cons
Tutto
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Cabin Crew (Former Employee) –  Bristol, Bristol28 August 2018
Ryanair make you pay for your training, then you could be based anywhere in Europe. They have extremely strict sales targets and can make your life very unpleasent if you dont make them. Pay is extremely low as only paid once in the air. Work you to the core and Fatigue is massive issue.
Pros
None
Cons
The Whole Job
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Ambiente di lavoro pessimo
Assistente di volo (Former Employee) –  Leeds Bradford airport16 May 2018
Compagnia pessima e poco affidabile, salario schifoso dato che bisogna pure pagare le tasse.
Pros
Nulla
Cons
Tutto
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Horrendous
Sales & Marketing Manager (Former Employee) –  Swords, County Dublin4 March 2018
Toxic environment full of unprofessional people that moved forward in the company cause no one else would ever hire them. Expect bigotry, bullying and negativity on a daily basis, with no room for real advancement.
Pros
Discounted Tickets
Cons
Management, salary, actual tasks vs job description, long hours
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poor place to work
Cabin crew (Former Employee) –  cabin crew18 February 2018
Ryanair does not care about its employees.You only get paid when your in the air and do not get paid for delays.Your also get over worked for a poor wage.
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Worst company ever
Senir Cabin Crew (Former Employee) –  London2 August 2017
I worked for them for 2.5 years and the only thing they care about is selling onboard. They don't care about the crew. Manager puts lots of pressure for you to sell onboard and get your target. Really long hours, I have to say colleagues onboard are really nice and you meet people from different countries and cultures that I love it.
Pros
Nothing good about this company
Cons
One of them you have to pay for your trainning
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Horrific company to work for
Cabin Crew Member (Former Employee) –  Stansted Airport28 June 2017
Ryanair operates under a fear culture. There is no margin for error, you must pay for your own training. They do not see you as a person, but as an enemy.
Pros
Weight loss through stress
Cons
Long hours, constant belittling, exhaustion
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Nada recomendable, utilizar como último recurso.
Tripulante de Cabina de Pasajeros (Former Employee) –  Madrid24 June 2017
Una compañía que no valora en absoluto a sus empleados y cada día se aprecia con múltiples dimisiones.

No sé cómo acabará pero no parece que pinte muy bien.

El sueldo no es malo (mucho menos comparado con lo cobrado en este estado de crisis) pero si pones en una balanza las horas invertidas, el esfuerzo, los retrasos, la presión de la compañía y el bullying que te hacen si llegas a caer enfermo.. NO compensa.
Pros
Facilidad para viajar si se te quedan energías, gente excelente.
Cons
Sueldo, trato de la compañía, presión con las ventas, bullying, amenazas..
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Cabin Crew (Former Employee) –  Dublin24 February 2017
Wont job i have ever done in my life! They dont care about their crew they make them pay 3€ for water you could be dieing on the plane and they would make you pay very long hours and only getting payed when in the air you can have 3-5 hour delay and not get paid not even water for yourself has to be the worst airline to work for!
Pros
none
Cons
none
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Worst place I ever worked
Administrator (Former Employee) –  London5 October 2016
Job work/life balance: The inflight department in STN is the worst place ever. Manager doesn't know how to treat people.It's very commom to hear that the manager is shouting on the cabin crew. It's so usual that they make jokes about it. People in the office make bets to see how long someone is going to last with the manager. On the interview they advice to not listen to the rumors regarding the management but in one week you can be sure that the rumors about the bad management are right. They said they provide training but it's a lie. No training.No respect.Bullying, harassment and corruption all the time. If you complain about the management you get fired. If you question something you are wrong. If you as for help nobody helps and you are wrong all the time. No team player. They ask you to work overtime with no compensation on your salary but you can't turn your computer on 1 min after your duty start. Pressure with no reason. You will also be required to do tasks that are not your job tasks such as lift weights and heavy boxes, cut tons of uniforms without appropriate scissors, pregnant girls with 7 months of pregnancy will do filling sitting on the floor for the supervisors, cleaning the crewroom, cutting uniforms without appropriate scissors, lifting weight/boxes. Phrases as : Who do you think you are, or Google it when you don't understant something, or You are not in your country, are said frequently by Managers and Personnel.

Salary and benefits: Just your salary - average for the position. Benefits on flights only after one year probation period. No paid sick days
  more... on probation period as well. No other benefits.

Job security/advancement: Job security and advancement is based in corruption. If you make the manager happy with presents , chocolates and wine and being a slave you may get transfers or promotions. If you want to just do your job in a professional way you are deemed to be bullied. No progression at all. If you apply internally you will never get any reply from personnel. Everybody in the company is afraid of getting in conflict with the Inflight manager for some reason.

Management: The worst I have ever seen. Discrimination, bullying and harassment accepted by managers at ALL levels including Personnel. Even with proofs of bullying and aggression to another employee. The company policy does not match what they practice. Don't forget. You are just a employee number in probation period and they will do whatever they want. If you put a grievance letter against a manager this will not be considered and you will be invited for a performance meeting to prepare you to be fired on the next month.

Job culture: Read manuals. Don't ask for anyone's help. If you don't know how to do something, do it wrong and after that you will still be wrong. Don't forget this: You are always wrong even if you are right and they do their best to make you feel miserable everyday. Company culture - Ryanair don't care about you.
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Pros
None.
Cons
Everything as described.
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Flight Attendant (Current Employee) –  Dublin25 May 2016
No possibility to grow
Mobbing and bullying from Base Supervisors and Colleagues
Exploitation of young foreigners
No pay during sick days, delays or turnaround.
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Fun place to work
Cabin Crew (Current Employee) –  Bray, WW30 October 2015
Fantastic chances to be allocate in the Europe.

Chance to meet fantastic people.

Chance to work with a light roster during the winter time
Pros
Working abroad
Cons
Salary
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Easy Work, Low Earnings, Bad Working Conditions
Cabin Crew (Former Employee) –  Bremen, HB24 October 2013
I do not recommand to anyone to work for Ryanair.
Working hours per month: cca 60 (in winter even less)
3 month of UNpayed leave a year
You are payed for SCHEDULE BLOCK HOURS (which means the time of boarding, diembarking, paperwork, delays are NOT payed)
Pros
none
Cons
salary, no payment during sickness, no payed standby days, not enought flight hours, high taxation, no employees advantages
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stressfull,
cabin crew (Former Employee) –  charleroi,rome,bournemouth10 June 2012
u knw when you start but you don't know when you finish,you have to pay for your training and also uniform,the management it's just a cartoon,the people are trained to be also a doctor,which is missing during flight,the most of the time you are pushed to fly from dubin even if you shouldent,because is not safe.
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