- Toronto, Canada
- 1001 to 5000 Employees
- 32 Locations
- Type: Company - Public (COF)
- Founded in 1994
- Revenue: $10+ billion (USD)
- Banking & Lending
Thank you to Jasen for sharing why our culture makes Capital One a great place to work. It’s an important part of #LifeAtCapitalOneCA “I've been surprised by how differently Capital One operates compared to other employers. I've found Capital One has always been on the forefront of leveraging technology, and is more data-driven than I could've imagined. The culture instills a collaborative and innovative workspace, where I can interact with so many intelligent co-workers from across teams, departments, even countries! Capital One is invested in growing their employees – they actively involve and give employees courses, training and certificates to further their career and knowledge. The culture is truly a ‘come as you are' environment, with great work-life balance and time to both disconnect and connect with your team. It makes for a sustainable and fun way of work."
There’s nothing we like to see more than our associates growing in their chosen field. See what Cynthia had to say about her co-op experience at Capital One. “I’ve had a very positive experience working at Capital One, both in my previous role and current co-op term. In my previous term as a co-op, I had the opportunity to make a meaningful contribution to the Canadian finance team. What surprised me most as a co-op student was how open and transparent Capital One associates are. I’ve been able to connect with the entire finance team and have meaningful conversations with individuals at all levels. I’ve gained insights into each of the individual teams and have built a network of mentors who have given me valuable insights into career development and growth. Capital One is made up of intelligent, innovative and inspiring individuals who actively work to embody our vision of changing banking for good. I’ve been inspired by the associates I’ve worked with and continue to learn so much from their diverse professional experiences and expertise.” #LifeAtCapitalOneCA
What people are saying about Capital One
4 months ago
I'm an AD who was laid off at Capital One recently. Looking for creative roles in Seattle has been so difficult since there aren't many creative shops here and in-house roles are still under the hiring freeze. Does anybody know any shops that are open to remote work? Please drop the names
5 months ago
Hi all! I’m a senior business analyst at Capital One, stuck in a team with no growth opportunities so I am looking to pivot elsewhere. I am looking for referrals at tech, fintech and financial services firms, so if you would like to help out, please DM! I appreciate your help!
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Capital One Reviews
-very good culture, people are nice and willing to help out - lots of internal mobility across job roles - great work life balance depending on role
- no 100% remote work - upward mobility seems constrained
Capital One Interviews
- Anonymous Employee in New York, NYNo OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage InterviewApplication
I applied online. I interviewed at Capital One (New York, NY) in Sept 2023
InterviewFirst round was with a recruiter. These were the questions I got. Tell me about yourself? Why are you interested in this role? What is your process in designing a product? Tell me about a time when you worked with others on a team. 2nd round was a mini case, no behavioral questions. It will be on either the Capital One Shopping browser extension, the Capital One Virtual Card Numbers widget or the Capital One Mobile App. If you pass this round then the next round is a super day (4 hours of interviews in one day with breaks in-between). After that is a behavioral interview with a senior person where they deep dive on your experiences.Interview
I got the Cap One Shopping Browser Exten Case. It's not like the traditional produce sense cases where you are improving a feature or product, they just go straight into questions. First question I was asked was, beyond the revenue stream what value does this product bring to Capital One? (Why would capital one build this product) As a PM for Capital One, you want to personalize offers via Capital One Shopping through targeted email offers. Identify which products you would send to customers to increase the number of purchases with a referral link. Then I was shown a draft email and asked how I would improve it. Then I was shown some metrics for before and after changing the personalized marketing emails and asked what my observations were. Those were all the questions. I didn't pass this round.Answer Question
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Capital One Awards & Accolades
- Forbes 2023 Canada's Best Employers, Forbes, 2023
- Greater Toronto's Top Employers (2022), Canada's Top 100, 2022
- Canada's Top Employers for Young People, Canada's Top 100, 2022
- Canada’s Best Diversity Employers, Canada's Top 100, 2022
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...Job has been made permanent WFH so social aspect and perks are lost, terrible hours on rotating shift pattern, low morale and high turnover, nitpicky feedback, toxic culture amongst some associates...
December 21, 2021
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Employees rate Capital One 4 out of 5 stars based on 14,470 anonymous reviews on Glassdoor.
Overall, 74% of employees would recommend working at Capital One to a friend. This is based on 14,470 anonymously submitted reviews on Glassdoor.
62% of job seekers rate their interview experience at Capital One as positive. Candidates give an average difficulty score of 3.1 out of 5 (where 5 is the highest level of difficulty) for their job interview at Capital One.
65% of employees think that Capital One has a positive business outlook. This is based on anonymous employee reviews submitted on Glassdoor.