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Capital One Financial

Courtesy of Capital One Financial Corporation

Employees say:

 

“I don’t know every other company’s leave policies but our short-term disability benefits are tremendously helpful. Even when you don’t have to use it, knowing there is some financial security available, as well as job security when illnesses happen is just incredible. It shows a genuine concern for employees’ well-being. Unfortunately, I have had to use it due to a serious illness and surgery, and the support from the team and the company’s resources was tremendous.”

 

“I have worked for Capital One for a little over four years. It is a great company to work for. I truly enjoy the culture and the values our leaders and associates carry. I have grown with this company professionally and personally tremendously during these years. Leadership creates a great supportive environment making it possible for a new front line manager like myself stepping into a leadership role to be successful. I truly love what I do and love working for such a fantastic company.”

 

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Company Info

Industry Financial Services & Insurance
Sector Banking/Credit Services
HQ Location McLean, Va.
Company Type Public
# Work Sites 840
U.S. Employees 40407
Web Address http://www.capitalone.com
Best Companies
Best Companies Rank 88
Best Companies URL http://fortune.com/best-companies/capital-one-financial-88/

Women in the Organization

% of Women in the Company 55%
% of Women in Executive/Manager Positions -
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