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Working at Ryanair is about doing the job safely while trying to achieve maximum efficiency. The people you work with all have the same mindset and that makes for very good teamwork.
Relaxed environment, brand new equipment
Long days, no free coffee
Consiglierei questo lavoro con qualsiasi altra compagnia che non sia Ryanair. Ambiente malsano, struttura piramidale secondo la quale solo chi si trova in alto (base manager, base supervisor, instructor) ha garanzia di una condizione economica dignitosa. I neo assunti soprattutto sono meri numeri sfruttati continuamente nonché sottoposti ad un vero e proprio brain washing finalizzato alla prospettiva delle vendite insistenti, inappropriate, talvolta aggressive e petulanti. All'ordine del giorno episodi di mobbing, pressione costante, gossip esagerato e fuori luogo tra gli stessi dipendenti allo scopo di mettere in cattiva luce altri dipendenti, diffamazione e potrei continuare a lungo. La mia sfortuna è stata amplificata dall'essere basata in un luogo orribile che pullula tutt'ora di gente falsa, cattiva, manipolatrice e ricattatrice. Dopo soli 3 mesi (complice l'assegnazione delle unpaid leave) mi sono licenziata. Il mio stipendio più "consistente" ammontava a 900 sterline. In Inghilterra. Dove solo di affitto pagavo 500 sterline.
Colleghi estremamente pettegoli, pessima organizzazione, zero tutela
Awful pay! Couldn’t live on it. By the time you pay some bills and car (fuel & other bits and bobs) I had nothing left. The only way you get good ish money is if you are cabin manager. Good thing I lived at home otherwise I couldn’t be able to afford anything. Some months I got £600-£1200 Others £400
Made good friends (staff)
Work long hour in summer, not needed in the winter. Pay is bad. Hours are awful. No food on 12-14 hour days.
Management treats you like you are not even human.Company close eyes on the management behaviour certainly too busy doing its own misdeed.If you do want a first experience in aviation with them runaway from Stansted based apart if you like moral harassment on a daily basis.A lot of other stuff to say just to conclude do not go to this airlines.
You have some discount on flight. You can met a few amazing people
Worked there for 2 years the management is full of bullies and if you can stand up for yourself you'll have a target on your back from day one there is no communication between them or us and basically it's a do what your told or your fired
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i loved working for Ryanair as it was such a fun job however once payday came i felt like it wasn't enough money for me to live on considering i moved half way across the country to work for them and i couldn't afford my bills due to the pay not being good enough, also we only ever spent 25 mins in any destination we flew to which was a bit disheartening but i sadly had to leave due to insufficient funds and having to move home however i feel like if the pay was good enough i would definitely still of been working for them.
quick turnarounds, pay
Ive been working for Ryanair a year and a half, based in the UK (in each country is different). It is the worst job ever. You will meet nice other cabin crews and that’s basically the only good thing about it. Do yourself a favor and DONT. Mostly if you have things to pay. The money is not enough. You do not get paid for delays (all the time) or extra hours, and tickets cost 90£ to anywhere you want, so basically it is cheaper to fly as a normal customer instead of as a worker just don’t
They are mean to you and it's unfair for girls wearing skirts, particularly in the winter. They have very strange beauty requirements, they care about how nice your nails look and if your a female your hair must be perfect, but this is not the same for everyone.
If you want to become cabin crew keep applying for other airlines until you get it but forget about that RYANAIR.... The worst choice ever. Really really BAD salary, very bad treatment, NO respect at all. Nothing good to mention. Don’t apply - you will regret immediately
Ryanair is a good place to start working as a flight attendant. It is easy to get chosen, but the overall job is stressful: the working hours, the non paid duties that sometimes we do, the rules and sometimes the felling of not being considered important.
Wouldn't recommend this to anyone, spent one year in the company and it was more than enough. All they care about is sales and money. You can only call in sick 3 times per years, which is insane! Imagine you wear tights, heels, skirt and not even a proper jacket! (You only get a raincoat, even in winter, and if you want a winter jacket you need to purchase it yourself for 40$+!) Obviously you get sick a lot. If you call more than 3 times, they keep threatening you and calling you for meetings. Worst airline company. Worst conditions for employees. Do not apply.
All days, in the end, were the same. Meet the people that you were going to work with Prepare the a/c for the day, ensuring everything was operational Board the people for the flight, checking boarding passes or helping them with finding their seats and carrying heavy bags (depending on the cc position) Take seats for take-off After take-off, service: hot food first followed by snacks and drinks Scratch cards service Gifts Another service (if time permits) Prepare cabin for landing Landing Disembarking And do everything again for the other flights and in the following days, 5 days a week Just like a normal job but the best part of it is the people. You can meet nice people and work with amazing people That was the best part of the job
bullying employer with contract in ireland.in case of conflict..90% give up due to expenses.just flight hour paid on air.that means you could work for 10 or 12 hours and be paid for 6.so embarking and disembarking with all stress of angry passenger is not paid.plus comp any can punish u when you give notice for leaving with no flight hours