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8 days ago

Sr. Administrative Assistant, Motor Fuels Tax

Ryan, LLC Detroit, MI

• Maintains communications (e-mail, written, phone, and fax) while team is traveling. • Tracks and reports time and expenses in detail for self… Ryan, LLC


10 days ago

Associate Consultant, Sales and Use Tax

Ryan, LLC Detroit, MI

• Copies or scans and uploads workpapers at client site or in Ryan office. • Downloads, prints, and organizes workpapers for review. • Scans… Ryan, LLC


24 days ago

Consultant, Commercial Property Tax

Ryan, LLC Troy, MI

Ryan's Property Tax practice is the largest in North America, managing billions of dollars of our clients' real and personal property, with an… Ryan, LLC


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Ryan, LLC Chairman and CEO G. Brint Ryan
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    Horrible work environment - Got out after 2 years

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    Former Employee - Tax Consultant in Detroit, MI
    Former Employee - Tax Consultant in Detroit, MI

    I worked at Ryan, LLC full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Great bonus structure but no controls or ways to ensure that discrimination doesn't occur

    Cons

    Bonus structure based on management discretion so bonus can be allocated to favorites even if the other employees didn't charge any time to the project. Part of the annual review is based on the bonuses that managers decide to allocate.

    HR very slow to respond to serious issues and complaints ignored even when proof of managment/employee relationships that affect projects and partiality.

    Expect to go to Dallas for annual meetings where Brint will brag about his million dollar house then turn around and request that all employees donate to his PAC directly out of their paychecks

    Be prepared to attach yourself to a senior manager and hope that they are the favorite of the principal. Principals assign work to favorites and not necessarily the person that needs work or that even brought the project in.

    Make sure you document your work as you can expect managers and above to take credit for your work without any recognization

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Managers should be up front about the bonus allocations and ensure that only the employees that worked on the projects should receive a bonus. Additionally, the firm should stick by their policy on relationships and prevent people in relationships or family from reporting directly to each other.

    HR should properly address concerns of employees.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

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