Mission: To help businesses succeed and consumers make important lifestyle decisions through advertising, marketing services and software solutions we provide.
Our Homes division once again hit it out of the park this year at NAR Boston!
Excited to share that our Homes division is a winner of the 2018 US Search Award for Best Use of Search - Real Estate & Property! http://go.homes/hdcussearchaward
LEARN AS YOU GROW
Our goal is to give you what you need to succeed throughout your career. We offer formal and informal training based on how you like to learn. Join user groups, participate in coding events, and enjoy meet-ups in a creative and innovative environment.
We continue to earn recognition for superior employee training and career development by Training Magazine; joining the elite Top 125 winners from around the world. You will work in an environment recognized for successful learning and develop programs.
TEAMWORK MAKES THE DREAM WORK.
It's only work if you're not having fun. Join a team of like-minded people and collaborate on amazing ideas. No matter your skillset, there's always room for smart and creative minds.
FOR THE GREATER GOOD.
Do you like to lend a helping hand? So do we. Throughout the year we participate in multiple community events. It's all possible because of the service mindset our coworkers possess.
WORK HARD, PLAY HARD.
Take a break and enjoy the people around you. Reward yourself by making your workday fun. We don't believe in all work and no play.
I worked at Dominion Enterprises full-time
Super supportive team and managers!
work-life balance can be improved
The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Dominion Enterprises (Norfolk, VA).
Interview process consisted of one in-person interview to meet the team along with an additional in-person interview with the VP. Beware that the company does not follow up -- after following up after my interview, I never heard from the hiring manager again. The company has a great brand but a horrible candidate experience for those seeking employment with DE. Management should already know the importance (especially being recruiters) of following up with candidates and letting them know where they stand. This was not done; very disappointing for such an established organization. Be prepared to wait!