Facilities Engineer (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – July 3, 2018
Do not believe what they tell you. Get everything in written form. Plays favorites, no recognition. Pay is fair but they expect lots of free hours and taking Emails and phone calls at all hours and on your off time. No training if you do not suck up. Quick to point the finger and throw you under the bus, usually behind your back. No support from office. Co workers help each other. Foreman is a title only, no leader. No chance of advancement.
no training, no respect, play favorites, trust issues.
Cook (Former Employee) – Bossier City, LA – February 12, 2017
This restaurant recently closed. Fun to have worked. Regular benefits, laid back and family atmosphere. The most enjoyable part of working here is being able to meet new people. Management was open to new ideas.
I liked that the bakery area because it was very easy to make the breads and other products. I liked the work I did at this company. They had limited time to do the work. I learned how to make butter and whipped topping, and great brownies.
I've worked at Ryan Companies for over 5 months now as an intern and I can't seem to say any bad things at all! The people at Ryan is simply like family and the work assigned, it's pivotal to the advancement of the growth of Ryan. I would highly recommend Ryan to anyone especially looking for a position in the Construction industry! Ryan always looks to over deliver by providing integrated solutions to clients.
Superintendent/Foreman/Safety Engineer (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – March 5, 2013
arrive every day, walk site, identify problems and resolve them. Learned how to keep a job safe so everyone went home at the end of the day. people i worked with were fun and made the day easy to work. hardest part was having to send people home due to not following safety rules.