Recognized for Excellence
Discover’s achievements underscore our commitment to our customers and employees.
Since we launched our company in 1986, we’ve built our business around our customers. We’re always honored when the industry’s most prestigious awards recognize our commitment to quality service from 100% U.S.–based call centers.
Discover was included in the Forbes list of Best Employers for Women in 2021.
Discover was included in the Forbes list of Best Employers for New Grads in 2021.
Discover was included in the Achievers 50 Most Engaged Workplaces® in 2021. This annual award recognizes top employers that display leadership and innovation in engaging their workplaces.
Discover has been ranked #1 by Brand Keys for brand loyalty in the Credit Card category. This marks the 25th year the company has been recognized. The Brand Keys Index measures the degree of loyalty that consumers have towards their favorite brands.
Discover earned a perfect 100 score from the Disability Equality Index and is recognized as a Best Place to Work for disability inclusion.
Columbus CEO Magazine used surveys conducted by Energage, a workplace research firm that runs Top Workplaces programs across the country.
The winners were chosen based solely on surveys of 17,433 employees conducted by Philadelphia-based Energage, a workplace research firm that runs Top Workplaces programs across the country.
Discover selected by IDG as a recipient of the 2021 CIO 100 award for the Cloud Data Fabric platform.
Discover has been recognized as a FutureEdge 50 (formerly Digital Edge 50) award winner for the fourth year in a row. Discover was recognized for READAR, a self-service platform which detects data anomalies using pattern matching in real-time.
Pro Bono Institute (PBI) names Discover Financial Services Legal Organization and Wanji Walcott a recipient of the 2021 Laurie D. Zelon Pro Bono Award for providing exemplary pro bono service.
Cashback Debit, the online checking account from Discover, was recently certified by the national nonprofit organization, Cities for Financial Empowerment (CFE) Fund.
Discover earned a perfect 100 score from the Human Rights Campaign's Annual Corporate Equality Index and is recognized as a Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality for the eighth straight year.
Discover is named a Glassdoor's Best Place to Work for Large U.S. Companies in 2021.
Discover ranks 41 out of 100 companies in Built In’s 2021 Best Places to Work in Chicago list. Additionally, Discover ranks #12 in Built In’s 50 Companies With The Best Benefits in Chicago 2021 list. Built In rates companies algorithmically based on their compensation, benefits and culture programs.
For the 7th consecutive year, Discover has been recognized as a Top Workplace by the Salt Lake Tribune. The results are based on an employee survey assessing everything from work-life balance to confidence in company leadership.
For the 11th consecutive year, Discover has been recognized as a Top Workplace by the Chicago Tribune. The results are based on an employee survey assessing everything from work-life balance to confidence in company leadership.
Discover participated in the 2020 AnitaB.org Top Companies for Women Technologists program to show our commitment to creating a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workforce. The Top Companies for Women Technologists program is a national program that recognizes companies building workplaces where women can thrive.
Investor’s Business Daily recognized Discover in its Most Trusted Financial Companies list in 2020. Most notably, Discover was ranked #1 in the following subcategories:
Trust Components Category:
Ranked #1 in Quality Component
Ranked #1 in Customer Service Component
Ranked #1 in Customer Treatment
Ranked #1 in Credit Card Trust index
Discover has been selected by Computerworld as one of the 2020 Best Places to Work in IT. This marks the 17th year the company has been recognized as a best place to work for information technology professionals.
The readers of Equal Opportunity magazine selected the top companies in the country for which they would most prefer to work or believe would provide a positive working environment for members of minority groups. This list is the result of an annual reader survey mailed each year to randomly selected readers of Equal Opportunity magazine.