Make Drool! AirAsia Offers Brother Ojol a Salary of IDR 10 Million/Month, Grab cs Via


Really good! Malaysia’s online transportation unit, AirAsia Super App, offers its drivers a monthly salary of a minimum value of RM 3,000 per month or the equivalent of Rp 10 million (Rp 3,343/RM).

Capital A Chief Executive Tan Sri Tony Fernandes said that in addition to an attractive basic salary, drivers will also get facilities such as Employee Providence Fund (EPF) and Social Security Organizations (Socso) savings accounts, health insurance, annual leave, and even travel allowances.

“We are very pleased to welcome riders into our family. As many know, AirAsia has always thought about people, and we believe that people are our greatest asset. This applies to all of Capital A’s business units, including the AirAsia Super App,” he was quoted as saying. from Malaymail, Thursday this week (4/8/2022).



“Just as our baggage handlers, cabin crew and pilots are the backbone of our aviation business, these gig workers are heroes of our delivery operations,” he added.

Fernandes said that in the future the drivers with contract status will become full-time or full-time employees. So, drivers will also get the same benefits as other employees. “On top of the incredible benefits of AirAsia & AirAsia Xpress meals respectively,” he said.

Furthermore, Fernandes said the potential growth of riders will benefit the company. With this, the company is expected to become one of the most significant players in the super app industry with Grab and FoodPanda.

For information, currently a big player in the online transportation environment in Malaysia is Grab. The online transportation company has also dominated the market in a number of countries, one of which is Indonesia.

“I don’t think we have any plans to temporarily halt the recruitment policy, at the moment we want to grow because for now we have 20 permanent riders and we are looking for more and more in the future.”

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