Ryanair and Brookfield embroiled in tax
With them being so called third party agents the money on Ryanair's books getting paid looks right to shareholders.
What Ryanair don't tell you is these third party agents are set up by Ryanair which are called shell companies and the 50% payment extra paid to them stays with Ryanair senior board members. This may be the right or wrong thing to do by Ryanair which is not the issue,the issue is that it effects the Termination rate of new recruited cabin crew which is an issue.It also leads to training fees,PAYE and on board commission regularities (in simple terms Scams) which generates vasts amounts of money.
As you will see on their websites Ryanair shell companies Crewlink Ireland and Workforce International have 50 cabin crew recruitment days in January 2016 all over Europe with Easyjet having one ''ASK YOURSELF WHY'' answer being high level of cabin crew Terminations.(average recruitment days each month is 30 to 40)
So if they take on 10 students from each recruitment day that will be 500 new recruits in January 2016 so were are the jobs coming from,Ryanair lead us to believe higher numbers in passengers which is not true,in simple terms ''THE MORE RYANAIR SHELL COMPANIES RECRUIT THE MORE WILL BE TERMINATED''. and the training fees paid in January will be €1.5 million.
On 27th November 2015 in my home city of Liverpool Ryanair's
communications manager Robin Keily was confronted on camera about shell companies and the per hour rate of pay scam.