Welder/Fabricator (Former Employee) – Los Fresnos, TX – July 14, 2019
Don't work here Lots of BS! Empty promises. No promotion or pay raises. Plant manager is very rude, yells at people unprofessional! Also the old lady receptionist is rude and tries to tell you off about parking. This company does not appreciate their employees. Also if you get hurt or the plant manager dislike you he makes up stuff just to get rid of you.
Fresh out of high school it’s a great place to work and get a general labor skill down, the employees around you are willing to help you grow and learn different trades and skills if you seek those options.
Dragon is a acceptional place to work if you keep up and pull your own weight.
Forlift Operator, Sand Blaster, Frac Pump Mechanic (Former Employee) – Center, TX – April 21, 2019
Dragon is an O.K. place to work if you could do the work. Your typical work day can be strenuous if you're not in shape for the task at hand. it can be beneficial if you are a very hard worker, if you could prove that. They will get rid of the one who can't keep up. Other than that, it is a pretty good place to work.
Metal Fabrication Operator (Former Employee) – Silsbee, TX – March 26, 2019
several trailers welded together came apart in silsbee branch all the time. main part of the workforce was felons since the government pays back a hefty stifle to the company. most are easy going. i was lucky to not work with the ones who werent.
Human Resource Manager (Current Employee) – Springer, OK – October 17, 2018
Good work environment, pay is lower on the scale compared to other companies in the area but good management and people running it. Could use some more structure in the paint department but all in all it runs smooth.
Technical Sales Representative / Product Manager (Former Employee) – La Porte, TX – September 27, 2018
Most solid (productive and honest) employees are eventually pushed out and discredited. Owner is condescending and should have 0 stars for ethics and treatment of employees. Most employees typically realize the compensation is above market after being pushed out or fired