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Oasis Marketing Solutions has a positive Business Outlook of 43%.

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How is management perceived at Oasis Marketing Solutions?

3 English reviews out of 3

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June 12, 2022

Pros

Open scheduling. As long as an agent works the minimum hours agreed upon in their contract, they can set their own schedule. Remote, i.e. work from home.

Cons

Often there isn't enough work available to obtain one's minimum hours requirement. The work chat is often filled with useless chatter rather than with work related questions and answers. Supervision is often not working, leaving agents, especially new ones, in the dark. Pay is poor, no overtime, few bonus incentives, and people with multiple years experience get paid the same as new recruits. The work is difficult and it is tiring and disenchanting to get nagging emails and texts from management telling us how easy the work is and that we should be working while the supervisor puts into chat that she is leaving to pick up their kids at school, go shopping, etc.; however, if the agents do that, we get those nagging broadcast messages I previously mentioned.

Advice to Management

Have an introductory pay rate. If recruits last 90 days and work to a predetermined minimum set for all new agents and given to every recruit as part of their contract, they will get a raise. Agents should be reviewed annually and given a raise if they have performed adequately according to standards posted on the company's bulletin board. Supervisors should be ON THE JOB and not arbitrarily take time off in the middle of a shift. Upper management should have multiple supervisors so that one person does not need to work 10 or more hours in a day and be on call 24/7,

The work is difficult and it is tiring and disenchanting to get nagging emails and texts from management telling us how easy the work is and that we should be working while the supervisor puts into chat that she is leaving to pick up their kids at school, go shopping, etc.; however, if the agents do that, we get those nagging broadcast messages I previously mentioned.

June 12, 2022

Reviewed by: Independent Contractor (Current Employee)

March 25, 2022

Pros

The pay rate is ok but the overall experience is mediocre at best.

Cons

Patronizing and annoying comments by the supervisor while dialing. Obtrusive group chats incessantly pop up while you're on a call. Open shift schedule where you'll get a minimum of 4-6 hours depending on whether you're able to grab shifts or not. Pretentious supervisors (and some agents) who are biased and have a drab work attitude :/. This is a cold-calling telemarketing job (if told otherwise, they're lying to you). Expect extremely rude and threatening callers on most of your calls. Clients nor OMS are BBB verifiable/accredited so that's not so comforting. Outbound calls sometimes reach places of business (that could constitute a legal issue). If you dial you're expected to fulfill a certain quota but are not properly informed on each shift what specifically that quota is. I do not recommend applying to this marketing agency.

Pretentious supervisors (and some agents) who are biased and have a drab work attitude :/.

March 25, 2022

Reviewed by: Anonymous (Current Freelancer)

March 25, 2022

Pros

The pay rate is ok but the overall experience is mediocre at best.

Cons

Patronizing and annoying comments by the supervisor while dialing. Obtrusive group chats incessantly pop up while you're on a call. Open shift schedule where you'll get a minimum of 4-6 hours depending on whether you're able to grab shifts or not. Pretentious supervisors (and some agents) who are biased and have a drab work attitude :/. This is a cold-calling telemarketing job (if told otherwise, they're lying to you). Expect extremely rude and threatening callers on most of your calls. Clients nor OMS are BBB verifiable/accredited so that's not so comforting. Outbound calls sometimes reach places of business (that could constitute a legal issue). If you dial you're expected to fulfill a certain quota but are not properly informed on each shift what specifically that quota is. I do not recommend applying to this marketing agency.

Patronizing and annoying comments by the supervisor while dialing.

March 25, 2022

Reviewed by: Anonymous (Current Freelancer)

3 English reviews out of 3