Administrator (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 10 February 2017
I enjoyed carrying many hats in the job. I Processed all incoming checks and applied them to the accounts. I cleaned up and monitored all the accounts or spoke to the Broker who was in charge of the account to find out why payment/s were overdue or not
I took over Toronto's Cross Border Credit Checks after hours. I was in Vancouver and we were 2 hrs behind.
Release Classification Analyst (Former Employee) – Point Edward, ON – 16 October 2015
Clearance of shipments into Canada, via rail, ocean, air and truck. Overall the work was interesting, but management left something to be desired. Communication to the off shifts was almost non existent. I worked alone a majority of the time, had to learn the ins and outs by myself. As was routinely ignored by superiors. AS most o f the relevant information was givien to the day and afternoon shift.
Release Classification Analyst (Current Employee) – Fort Erie, Ontario – 19 August 2015
Livingston is a high paced work environment, full of fun hard working people. You learn how to process international shipments, deal with Customs to successfully clear shipments in and out of Canada. The managerial staff is friendly, helpful and knowledgeable about the company and the latest developments. You have high expectations and must succeed with a heavy workload whilst dealing with impatient and angry drivers. Livingston is a fun and family best company with incredible employees that make going to work a real pleasure.
Az Driver (Current Employee) – Concord, ON – 16 June 2015
The dispatcher thinks he's the president of the company. The fleet Mgr seems to think the same. They don't care if you see your family. They introduced quarterly bonuses for the drivers but no one ever gets much of it. They take it away if you make a mistake. It's actually used for punishment. They yell at the drivers, make them work long hours, and then give them a hard time for all of their overtime hours. They'really always looking for drivers because once the drivers get a taste of this company, they quit.
Import Analyst (Former Employee) – Winnipeg – 13 April 2015
Livingston International is a company that only looks at the bottom line. They have no consideration for their employees regarding job security. Livingston's management has no clue of what their doing in regards to their day to day functions.
Cross Border Agent (Former Employee) – Etobicoke, ON – 27 February 2015
The job in itself was alright, it was the management that made it unpleasant. Some people got small promotions and let it rise to their head so fast.
Supervisors from other departments constantly coming to question the work I was doing.
Another thing is they kept hiring anyone with no experience and they made same position employees train them for a couple of hours which resulted in a pile of work of the employees who actually did their work.
Free cheap coffee and tea.
They piled so much work on me, which caused my stressed to go high, which in turn caused me to get daily anxiety attacks.
Cash Application (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 21 February 2015
Work at Livingston is very stressful and very fast phase. Although it is very hard, it is still a valuable experience for me and I trained myself to work under heavy pressure. The upside are the people I worked with. They are very nice and understanding. Although the management isn't as organized as I would hope they are. The hardest part of the job is every month end. That's where most of the payments comes in, and the work load becomes overwhelming. The most enjoyable part about the job is when we have a birthday celebration and other significant occasion.
Good experience, getting expose under heavy pressure
IFF Coordinator (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 10 November 2014
A position as an Expedite or any other suitable Supply Chian /Logistics sector at a dynamic organization that seeks an ambitious and career conscious person where acquire skills and education will be utilized towards continued growth and advancement.
Import Analyst (Current Employee) – Kitchener, ON – 2 November 2014
A typical starts with identifying any issues that occurred afterhours from the previous days and taking appropriate action. Following that we meet with our boss for a quick meeting to review the days goals and targets. My day then would include rating our WIP report and CLVS files while also monitoring the release Q and assisting when needed and answering questions from our Jr. Staff.
The best part of my day is solving problems and teaching staff new or better ways to manage processes. I also enjoy being taught new processes and testing new system improvements to find out what works well and what does not.
Release classification Analyst (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 30 September 2014
A typical day at work, is coming in and getting right to the point. Clearing shipments all day long,sometimes there is no time for lunch.
There are many new things learned everyday, when it comes to new clients and how to process their shipments.
Management is not the best, but there are those who knows the employees really well, in terms of how much work they are producing and forth, also have a great understanding (this beingmy manager ofcourse).
There is nothing hard about my job, what there is to be done, I always try my best to complete it.
The most enjoyable part of my job, is making the clients, drivers, dispatcher happy and most of all my co-workers.
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."