Did Capital One help during the Covid-19 pandemic?

Yes!

RATING: +5
  1. Made a $50 million commitment of new and existing funds to support nonprofit partners who are serving local communities in this extraordinary time of stress and disruption (Capital One)
  2. Capital One will create a corporate matching program for their associates who choose to donate personal funds to select nonprofits focused on COVID-19 relief efforts (Capital One)
  3. They increased pay by $10 per hour for branch ambassadors working in open locations and for roles that perform essential and time-sensitive banking activities that cannot be performed remotely (Capital One)
  4. They increased pay by $5 per hour for other U.S.-based associates in roles instrumental to maintaining essential customer support, such as call center agents (Capital One)
  5. Increased the number of customer support associates who work from home from 1,600 to over 13,000 (Capital One)
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