The benefits are top notch for associates, but they use contractors and consultants frequently to avoid giving everyone benefits, sometimes even on longer term projects.
No Benefits offered for Contractors. For those employees with benefits, the deductible and premiums are deliberately very very high in order to discourage any filing of a medical or health claim especially with their low wages and persistent downgrading of wages by laying off employees and hiring any employee at a substantially lower wage. This is a great opportunity that many corporations enjoy with the Texas At-Will or Right-To-Work State where any employee can be "Let Go" for the convenience of the company or corporation when they find employees to work at a cheaper and lower wage. But this is the American Way for businesses to make a profit for their shareholders.
Benefits start early; Working remote; Company expects you to work 24/7;
Average benefits for a bank the size of Capital One
No benefits for contractors. Forced time off over the holiday weeks.
Supplemental Workers' Compensation is done, Travel Concierge is done
medical dental and vision the premiums ok
The best thing about the benefits package at Capital One is..... oh wait, I'm a contractor. What benefits.
I was a contractor so I had no benefits from Capital One, but full time associates seemed to be satisfied overall with the benefits available.
As a contractor, I'm self insured and I have no benefits package with Capital One. The benefits through the recruiter were laughable.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.