IOI Group Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
IOI Corporation Berhad commonly referred to as IOI, was incorporated on 31 October 1969 as Industrial Oxygen Incorporated Sdn Bhd. IOI is one of Malaysia's biggest conglomerates. It ventured into property development in 1984, followed by oil palm plantations and refineries in 1985. IOI was listed on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE)—now known as Bursa Malaysia—in 1980. The group was headed by Lee Shin Cheng, the executive chairman, until his death. Lee Yeow Chor is CEO.
An employee shares the disadvantages of working at IOI Group on glassdoor.com, "1) Salary at IOI Group is not competitive with the current market although experience is gained. 2) Improvements in terms of technology is not well done."
Senior IT Facalities Engineer (Former Employee) says"Racist and racism. Work balanced are zeroes . Cultures are none balanced without understand. HR are under tables. Selection are not balanced . Always asking contribution and none provide rest"
Administration Officer (Former Employee) says"My boss listens to my ideas and the whole team works together. We all support each other offer creative feedback make our ideas a reality. He pushed me to endeavor on projects that I thought were way beyond my abilities for both my age and knowledge, and I am so grateful for his insistence."