Capital One FAQ

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42 English questions out of 42

4 June 2018

Does Capital One offer health insurance?

Pros

Working from home and health insurance is good

Cons

Stress, stress stress stress stress

Advice to Management

Value some old employees

Working from home and health insurance is good

4 June 2018

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24 February 2019

Does Capital One pay for a gym membership?

Pros

Good benefits and facilities such as free gym

Cons

Really political when it comes to performance management.

Advice to Management

Better communication

Good benefits and facilities such as free gym

24 February 2019

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26 June 2020

Does Capital One offer sponsored degrees?

Pros

Good benefits - employer paid premiums for health insurance and tuition reimbursement.

Cons

High turnover - seems to be letting people go.

Advice to Management

Be open with current changes/business decisions moving forward.

Good benefits - employer paid premiums for health insurance and tuition reimbursement.

26 June 2020

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3 July 2019

Does Capital One offer housing assistance?

Pros

Fantastic free housing and high salary, DC is fun, work-life balance amazing, many scheduled intern events

Cons

Old technology mixed with new technology, may end up on a project that will fail to excite on your resume

Advice to Management

Make sure interns are receiving advanced projects. Delivery doesn’t matter, this should be another tool to “signal” to everybody that Capital One uses cool new tech

Fantastic free housing and high salary, DC is fun, work-life balance amazing, many scheduled intern events

3 July 2019

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16 September 2018

Does Capital One offer healthcare cash plans?

Pros

- Good health insurance with three coverage options - 50% HSA match - The company gives a 3% base contribution on employees behalf on top of a matching percentage on the next 4% contributed.

Cons

- Poor work life balance as most departments are understaffed. - The pay is decent at face value, but is not in line with the amount of work and responsibility that the typical worker has. - Performance management system is skewed to pit employees against each other rather than assess your actual performance (this is also any easy way for the company to lower your bonus). - Frequent reorganizations and process changes. Most of the process changes result in increased difficulty of completing your daily job. - Many of the team leads are not ready or capable of being a manager. - Recently switched from Microsoft office to G Suite, which has been a fiasco so far. - Business origination and the bank's risk tolerance (credit) are not on the same page. - Promotion and mobility in the company is very dependent on favoritism and face time with the right managers and senior managers.

Advice to Management

Address staffing issues as most departments are in desperate need of additional workers. Provide better (or any) training to VP/Director level team leads. Create a performance management system that actually assesses employee work.

- 50% HSA match

16 September 2018

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