Recruiter (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – January 29, 2018
DRG is a great company to work for. They value their employees and do well at portraying that. DRG Professional Services division is a division that is growing and offers the opportunity for collaboration and advancement. DRG believes in their services and prides themselves on providing the best services possible to their customer.
Software Development Engineer (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – January 28, 2018
Good senior technical staff to work for. A job well done is not particularly well rewarded. Good physical environment to work in. Poor healthcare benefits compared to other companies I have worked for.
Simulator Maintenance Technician I (Current Employee) – M C B H Kaneohe Bay, HI 96863 – August 15, 2017
Wide arrange of jobs to pick from. As long you have the right qualification. Websites easy to manage when searching for a job. Place of work has a sense of responsibility and ownership of the individuals.
Data Entry Clerk (Current Employee) – Big Sandy, TX – April 9, 2016
They only promote people who are young and cute, especially those related to or buddies with current employees. Low pay, no raises, zero training and communication. Expect way too much for what they pay.
Scenario Developer (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – December 12, 2015
Management was supportive and the environment was professional. The work schedule was somewhat flexible and everybody worked well together to get the job done. We got many positive comments from customers.
CAE USA- Multimedia Specialist I (Former Employee) – Sherwood, AR – November 9, 2014
Pay was very good. Received extra hourly income because I didn't need health insurance. Worked as a sub-contractor with a government contractor. Was told by main contractor that another contract was received. Told I was extended and was given the exact task I was working for. The HR Representative visited us, then two days later a few of us were informed via teleconference that we were no longer needed. He could of told us face to face when visiting instead of using phone conference. Avoid Government contractors if possible the work is too unstable.