Site Selection and Business Incentives Intern (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 5, 2017
Really have nothing negative to say about this company, take a job there if you can. benefits are great but most importantly is your ability to work from home everyday allowing you to have a strong work/ life schedule.
Property Tax Analyst Support (Former Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – April 11, 2017
I worked as a contract employee. 'Contract' was a dirty word in that organization. I was given a month notice of when the position was to end, only to find out they needed extra time to find someone ( who was a family member or friend of a current worker) not me.. Even though I was trained. Contract employees at this company.. Be Ware
Intern - CRe Real Property Tax Consulting (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – April 1, 2017
I worked as a summer intern in the Atlanta office for the Commercial Real Property Consulting arm of Ryan, LLC. The people there were all great to work with, and there was a strong team culture. Everyone there was intelligent, hard-working, and reasonable to deal with. Training was given strong attention, and someone is always willing and able to help you learn. The firm places a high importance on cultivating its employees and their skills. There is also a strong emphasis on being a "best place to work" per employee surveys.
Strong emphasis on training, work-life balance, and overall employee experience while giving great service to the firm's clients
I didn't personally care for taxes or dealing with local governments, but there was no real downside to the firm itself
Senior Tax Analyst (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – February 6, 2017
Ryan LLC is a great place to help with work/life balance. Schedule is very flexible and is based on your personal performance. Salary and advancement leaves much to be desired and no clear path for advancement for non sales positions.
Senior Manager (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – January 2, 2017
A typical day at work involves reviewing tax returns, answering client questions, can either be in the office or at home as the company allows the ability to work for home if results are being produced.
Overtime: Great, take over time. There is always overtime
Work from home: You can work from home, just don't do it all the time. It's a great program for those that are sick or their kid get sick. Say the weather is bad, you can still get paid, because you can work from home.
Work attire: Business/ Business casual. Just look professional. On Fridays you can dress casual, but only if you donate money to the charity of that week. (Great program)
Ryans moto is not to work for hours but work for a purpose. Its not about getting the "8 hr" but more about serving a purpose for their organization.
connected to the mall, health plan, and pay
working with people whos been there 10 plus years, they still have the old Ryan moto "that 9-5"
Property Tax Consultant (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – October 16, 2015
The difference between the Scottsdale and Los Angeles offices were dramatic. Scottsdale office was concerned about the clients and employees. Los Angeles office was only concerned with getting $ for the company. Was told to NOT do things that were routine in Scottsdale to assist the client. The day that "broke the camels back" for me was when I left the downtown LA office at 11PM to go home and continue working and my boss glared at me for leaving the office.
Expected to work min 12 days, 7 days a week, for months.