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Norfolk, VA
1001 to 5000 employees
Company - Private
Advertising & Marketing
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Trulia,, RentPath
Dominion Enterprises can help you sell what you've got, no matter what it is. The company publishes classified advertising and provides information resources in the real estate, apartment, specialty vehicle, employment, and travel industries. Its more than ... Read more

Mission: Engaging buyers and sellers with proven online marketing, web design, hosting, & software solutions.

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Dominion Enterprises President, Chairman and CEO Frank Batten Jr
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    Former Employee - Customer Service Representative in Roseville, CA
    Former Employee - Customer Service Representative in Roseville, CA
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    I worked at Dominion Enterprises full-time (More than 5 years)


    I worked at Dominion Distribution, which was once a subsidiary of Dominion Enterprises. The pay and benefits were okay (though could be a little better). I really liked the fact that the goals were very clear and consistent. The best part about working in Dominion was the fact that the management allowed a lot of freedom and leeway. You were given your goals and you had the freedom, responsibility and discretion to accomplish them the best way possible. It was a very empowering experience and showed trust in employees. I also liked the fact that there was great work life balance within the company. There wasn't a lot of overtime, and the management would often allow us to go home early on the last day of a week before the holiday. I felt that they valued their employees in how they respected our time and trusted us in our responsibilities.


    The pay and benefits, though okay, could have been better. Also, there wasn't a lot of room for promotion or lateral transfer, at least in the city I lived in. Another part of the job that was problematic was the fact that the department of Dominion I was in was slow to adopt new technology. Because of that we couldn't compete with other marketing companies in my area. As a result the profits would go down and this would result in downsizing and a lot of layoffs.

    Advice to Management

    I enjoyed the freedom and responsibility of working in Dominion. My only suggestion is to invest in better technology to make Dominion more competitive with other marketing businesses. Also, the pay and the benefits could be a little better.

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Dominion Enterprises Interviews



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    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Maitland, FL
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    I applied online. I interviewed at Dominion Enterprises (Maitland, FL) in July 2017.


    It was pretty fluid from start to finish. First a phone screening, then an in-person interview with 3 people in the social media area of the company. I was then asked to complete 4 mock posts for social media. Finally, offered the position. I didn't take it because of unforeseen personal circumstances, but they were a great company to interview with!

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Company Updates

  • We look forward to hosting part of the ODU Girls Geek Out IT Summer Camp this July! These young women will have the chance to tour our data center and learn about some of the cool IT projects we are building.

    —30+ days ago
    IT Summer Camp for Girls | Applications Now Open!

    Are you interested in Information Technology? Are you a rising 8th grade girl? Join our five-day IT summer camp! It's offered at ODU through the IT department in the Strome College of Business. The camp runs from July 10 - 14, 2017 from 9:00 AM to 4:45 PM.

  • We employ talented people that build extraordinary products. In this blog, you’ll hear from some of those people as they share information about the processes and technology that they use to solve problems.

    —30+ days ago
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Dominion Enterprises Awards & Accolades

  • Top 125 Award for Outstanding Training Initiatives, Training Magazine, 2016
  • Top 125 Award for Outstanding Training Initiatives, Training Magazine, 2015

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