Workers were given two months notice and still have a chance to remain in the company.
Richmond BizSense is reporting that Capital One will lay off roughly 200 local employees to reduce costs:
The affected employees include analysts, project managers and operations support staff, Rakes said. They work out of various locations, including the company’s West Creek campus and Innsbrook.
Workers being eliminated have been notified and were given a minimum of 60 days notice. They have the chance to try to find a position elsewhere in the company. They’ll receive help from the company’s career development center, which offers career coaching, outplacement support, résumé assistance and interview skills development.
Capital One employs over 11,000 people in the Richmond region, most of whom work at the company’s 316-acre facility in Goochland.