Ryan, LLC

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30+ days ago

Project Manager, Tax Technology

Ryan, LLC London, England

The Project Manager, Tax Technology ("Project Manager") manages project scope, tasks, project teams, timelines, budgets, resource allocation… Ryan, LLC


30+ days ago

Senior Consultant, Tax Technology

Ryan, LLC London, England

• Implements, tests, maintains, and supports software, based on technical design specifications. • Prepares technical design specifications, based… Ryan, LLC


30+ days ago

Manager, Value Added Tax

Ryan, LLC London, England

• Develops and executes international VAT consulting projects and VAT recovery projects. • Supervises tasks delegated to team members and ensures… Ryan, LLC


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Ryan, LLC Chairman and CEO G. Brint Ryan
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    Pros

    Ryan is a great company to work for. There are lots of opportunities to make substantial commission unless you are in corporate.
    Personally, I work in a remote office from the head quarter and I enjoy working with management. I try to volunteer as much as I can but those opportunities are limited.

    Cons

    The expectations of management are very high. The problem is, there are some staff who don't have enough work while others have too much. I support alot of users. This affects my quality of work, response time and availability which will ultimately affect my bonus due to clients' surveys.

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    My advise to management is:
    1) Listen to your staff and provide additional resources as required. Losing a strong talent will cost more to replace.
    2) Over working an employee will cause the him/her to not use their creative ability or propose new solutions. Ryan has great talents but employees don't have the time to share some ideas because of the workload.

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