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3 days ago

.Net Software Developer (USA) – new

Capital One Seattle, WA

Capital One ShareBuilder is actively seeking highly creative and intellectually curious Application Developers who are passionate about coding to… Capital One


14 days ago

Sr. Mgr, Software Engineering (AI)

Capital One Seattle, WA

Capital One started as an information strategy company that specialized in credit cards, and we have become one of the most impactful and disruptive… Capital One


23 days ago

Compliance Advisor

Capital One Seattle, WA

The Compliance Advisor performs a key risk management role (first and second line of defense), to help ensure corporate initiatives and lines of… Capital One


30+ days ago

Senior Scrum Master

Capital One Seattle, WA

Exposure to extreme programming (XP) a plus. Ability to effectively communicate across multiple levels (Executive Sponsors to team members) Proven… Capital One


30+ days ago

Sr. Business Systems Analyst (USA)

Capital One Seattle, WA

Essential Function • Partner with the Backlog Owner (Product Owner) to understand business requirements and identify use case scenarios… Capital One


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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Seattle, WA

    I have been working at Capital One full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    They offer a relaxed work environment, at least superficially, where jeans are ok, there's a ping pong table, and a gym downstairs. Depending on your manager, flexible hours or working from home might be available. Health insurance is expensive, but has good coverage.

    Cons

    Since being purchased by Capital One, benefits and morale at our local office have sunk to all new lows. Few of our technology systems are integrated, and after two years it looks like we are nowhere closer to being so. Communication from management is more about generating a feeling of inclusion, than actually passing along useful information. And while a few original processes from our company remain in place, anything new introduced by the corporate office bring additional layers of inefficiency which prevent workers from completing normal job assignments.

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