release agent (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 8 August 2014
It was a dog eat dog world in Toronto. Nobody really cared for the person sitting next to them. The team environment sucked, everyone was always trying to blame some else for mistakes that happened. Nobody was willing to say "my bad, sorry it won't happen again, but they were quick to point the finger at others."
Market Analyst (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 30 January 2018
Livingston International was a hierarchical company that made profits by paying its employees very low salaries.
They had an excellent reputation for training tariff raters but also a reputation for paying them poorly. After two years' experience, competitors would offer them a decent salary and all the effort training the raters would go to waste. The company never learned its lesson while I was there.