Disputes Personal Account Manager (Former Employee) – Glen Allen, VA – December 7, 2017
My current role at this time is very hands on and productive. I am a High Value Elise Sr. Coordinator that assist heavy spend cardholders within CapitalOne. I file dispute claims as well as assist with fraudulent concerns on their account. At times I train new hires coming in to the department and assist in pilot groups working on new projects within the company.
Great place to work , I appreciate the opportunity they gave me to be a leader.
Senior Relationship Manager (Former Employee) – Downers Grove, IL – December 6, 2017
I only left for the opportunity to start a branch with the future potential to build from the ground up. I appreciate every opportunity they gave me and they helped me develop as a person and leader of my team. Capital one was a positive work environment and a great training program
Great opportunity to make consistent compensation
Somewhat limited in the ability to make credit underwriting decisions
Process Manager & Sales Support Coach (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – December 6, 2017
Great place to work where community and collaboration are encouraged. Commitment to technology to enhance not only the customer experience but help maximize information to keep innovating for the future.
Work life balance, benefits, recognition, & culture
Senior Mortgage Closer (Current Employee) – Plano, TX – December 6, 2017
The people at Capital One made working here an enjoyable experience. Everyone was willing to help each other and offer help when needed. The company also made sure that the work atmosphere was one of family and always had team building activities to bring the company closer together.
Research & Resolution Associate (Current Employee) – Plano, TX – December 5, 2017
Capital One is a great place to work. It is what you make it. Although there is some favoritism, a lot of turn over in some departments, and a lot or org changes the culture, benefits and people stand out the most.
Risk Associate (Current Employee) – Plano, TX – December 5, 2017
Great company! Can't say enough good things about the culture at Capital One. Capital One has a very different vibe than most of the other major players in Banking. Technology and talent are world class.
CUSTOMER SERVICE COORDINATOR (Current Employee) – Rolling Meadows, IL – December 5, 2017
A typical day at work would be face paced incoming calls and reviewing account and assisting with customer complaints. I learned how to navigate through various screens. management team is great with helping the peers. work place environment is very culturative.
Administrative Principal Coordinator (Former Employee) – McLean, VA – December 4, 2017
I enjoyed working at Capital One but unfortunately my direct report felt we were not a good fit so I had to accept a compensation package. I really wish that I had an opportunity to find another position at Capital One.
Android Developer (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – December 3, 2017
The team manager took the time to learn each member's skills/ abilities and applied them to project planning very efficiently. They also kept the moral up by planning team lunches/ events.Coding, there is a large potential above the required stories, but limited to the current sprint.
Coffee machine with many flavors, occasional free (Indian) food, people are welcoming to random conversations
It’s all who you know they don’t care about how hard you work they will lay you off after many years of working with them . When I was there the girls go with the managers and get promoted to a manager. They have no values or morals. You can work hard and I promise you they will get rid of you after so many years. This is what they do unless you are part of the click. I loved my job but the managers either like you or don’t. They don’t care about there associates they even pick people to get rid of and they do. Don’t depend on this company for your future. It’s not what you know but who you know. I had 15 years there and was good at many positions a top performer but it didn’t matter. Called over the phone and was laid off. When I was there one day they took a team in a room no warning and told them they were laid off.