OYO Benefits FAQ

Read what OYO employees think about benefits at the company.

The most popular benefits at OYO include Sick Leave, Health Care & Insurance and Performance Bonus. If you want to see a full list of benefits and perks at OYO listed by categories, head to their Benefits page. From insurance, health and wellness to vacation and more, find out what you could benefit from when working at OYO.

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What is health insurance like at OYO?

5 English reviews out of 5

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23 February 2021

Pros

Good health insurance and benefits

Cons

Work load and sector deeply impacted by covid

Good health insurance and benefits

23 February 2021

Reviewed by: Operations Business Manager in Ciudad de Mexico (Former Employee)

18 November 2020

Pros

Good benefits ( medical insurance all cover-up, High salary, Transportation ) solid and fun teams.

Cons

there are a gap and no transparency from senior management and created an internal problem.

Advice to Management

Need to give proper training from the very first beginning and more transparent

Good benefits ( medical insurance all cover

18 November 2020

Reviewed by: Key Account Manager in Jakarta (Former Employee)

25 June 2020

Pros

salary on time, insurance benefits

Cons

no job security, extensive traveling

salary on time, insurance benefits

25 June 2020

Reviewed by: Business Development in Cochin (Former Employee)

17 January 2020

Pros

Honestly the health insurance is the only pro. If you have no where else to work, sure. Do not leave a job for this opportunity!

Cons

-withold commission pay for months after closing deals. No explanation given. -short pay employees who put in their notice. No mileage reimbursements approved or salary paid correctly. -territory changed 3 times making it tough to make long lasting relationships to hit goals. -unattainable goals set by leadership that majority of bdms cannot hit. -will put you on a PIP if you do not have something sold within 60 days!!! (Tenured BDMs have taken 6+ months to close a deal!) They will not help you or train you to get there. After corporate training its sink or swim. - the recruiters will lie to you saying it's a 6 figure job..it is not!!! They want you to sign quickly and will say anything to make you work there. I quickly learned I made a mistake within 2 days of training. To sum it up zero job stability, growth, or leadership skills.

Advice to Management

- Promote within so new BDMs can learn from people who can and have closed deals. - Stop over hiring and replacing talent and nurture the sales reps you have. - pay people their money! - get out in the market and train your people in person! - fix the bad PR you have within the hotelier community. sales reps constantly take the heat for your poor leadership decisions that make people think it's a scam.

Honestly the health insurance is the only pro.

17 January 2020

Reviewed by: Business Development Manager (Former Employee)

7 April 2020

Pros

Good Salary Range at startup company, additional benefits such as phone and transportation, also health insurance.

Cons

very flexible work time, even in middle of the night or weekend/public holiday

Good Salary Range at startup company, additional benefits such as phone and transportation, also health insurance.

7 April 2020

Reviewed by: Project Manager in Jakarta (Former Employee)

5 English reviews out of 5