Responsive Web Designer (Current Employee) – Norfolk, VA – January 25, 2018
This job has given me good experience. That's the good thing I'll say about it. However, there's some things that need to be worked on. I'll just say it's a great starter job if you're fresh out of college.
Account Receivable Clerk (Former Employee) – Bothell, WA – December 19, 2017
I have learned so quickly and it was my first time to work as an Account Receivable/Payable which I learned so quickly and helped other AP/AR employees. I was willing to learn more but it was just a temporary job from a job agency. The hardest part of the job was to locate each CITY CODE of REALTY, NAME OF APARTMENT, THE EXACT AMOUNT from the INVOICE.
Depends on the division, my experience management lacks communication skills, team playing, and the main focus is favortism
Associate (Former Employee) – Norfolk, VA – December 18, 2017
Depends on which division you work with. The encountered job experience witnessed little communication between the various departments, within the departments, and absolutely lacks team players and/or big picture focus.
There are some very talented people working here but they are clearly undervalued. Management only speaks to favorites, does not communicate professionally, never offers critique to staff, lacks enthusiasm pertaining to job or team focus, ignores values, but in consideration the person is the head of the department and holds the title of Director, I chose to show respect, although no respect or communication in return, only humiliation.
When the director performed a layoff, there was a fair compensation but no notice, just a smirk that your out now and pack up quickly, nothing you did, just don't need you and your title anymore, not to mention no offers of support for future reference.
Great benefits, great location, and potentially a great place to work
Test Engineer (Current Employee) – Norfolk, VA – December 3, 2017
Good Work- Life Balance. They are pretty relaxed. But there is a severe problem with management. They lack basic leadership skills like communication and vision. There is no transparency. Its all about who you know not what you know thats why management suffers. There is no career advancement and many people leave because they lack upward mobility.
Marketing Executive (Former Employee) – Norfolk, VA – October 3, 2017
Very Fun place to work , they are always celebrating their workers because everyone works to hard to meet the goal for every month. Sometimes if if your group meets their goal for a week you'll get a paid day off or you get to leave early or possible free lunch. They give our hour lunch breaks . Co-workers are very friendly and willing to help you . Its very competitive because its a sales job.
I took the job because my last one dried up. Dominion allows you to work outside, on your own, and for the most part, be left alone to complete the task. Keep communication open, do your job, and it's a pretty great job.
User Experience Architect /Analytics Architect (Current Employee) – Norfolk, VA – September 19, 2017
Dominion Enterprises is having a difficult time moving from a print to a digital mindset. Certain divisions within Dominion are leveraging Business Intelligence, but can be unwilling to incur the costs of BI.
Recruiter (Former Employee) – Haverhill, MA – August 16, 2017
Of course I rated it high. I own it. This is a mandatory field that needs to show 150 characters minimum. It was my own company that had former colleagues and clients. Direct placement was the majority.
Associate (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – August 2, 2017
The major key for anything to be successful is communication and that is one thing this job really lacked. It was almost impossible for me to get work done or learn anything when your told one thing and told to do a different way 3 different times for the same thing.
National Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Norfolk, VA – July 28, 2017
I was there during the economic crash of 2008. I ran the only department that showed a 10% increase in sales while all other departments were loosing year over year. The requirement was still an increase of 30% which was just unrealistic given the economy at that time.
Regional Account Manager (Former Employee) – California – July 26, 2017
Your customers are the best, the products are good. Constantly changing territory lines, pay plans, and procedures do not always benefit the sales producers here. Don't get too comfortable. It's about to change.