Livingston Research has always been about the people - their great ideas, passion, courage to explore new paths, all united by the shared goal to make an impact. Inspired by Jonathan Livingston, the seagull from Bach's novella, we strive to achieve more. We believe that diversity and willingness to learn from each other is what really defines our team. Hundreds of great minds with different backgrounds, perceptions and experiences shape our culture and contribute to our success.
Own your work
Every family member is treated as a business partner. The sense of ownership is transmitted through the feeling of being result-driven and responsible for your actions. Be your own boss - own the result.
We openly share information with each other, celebrate our victories and support each other during the setbacks. It is reflected by the merit-based reward system, open feedback both top to bottom and bottom-up levels, communication of business goals.
Aim high and nail it
Enough is not enough for us. We are constantly looking for a better way to deal with tasks and strive to be innovative in our approaches and methods on how we deliver results.
Don't follow the crowd
Each of us has own opinions and stands up for personal beliefs. We work as a team, but we are not afraid to speak out our opinions and put them to work.
Empower your talent
People are the greatest asset for us. As a company, we contribute daily to have an environment where talents evolve with confidence. We empower your talent by extending your zone of responsibilities as you are ready to manage it.
"Livingston Research is a perfect place where you can apply your skills as well as acquire and develop new ones. Work here made me believe that there is no such thing as an impossible task - there's always a way to achieve a great result."
"For me Livingston Research was always about people, young, talented, ambitious. Each person leaves a part of himself here and it’s very cool to work in such an environment."
“I'm proud to be a part of Livingston Research! One of the reasons why this is the best place to work is the caliber of employees here. Our team is truly awesome.”
“Livingston is about awesome people, great space for self development and personal growth wrapped in a fun environment. It also offers nice social events, parties, and other activities.”
“If you ask me what I like the most about Livingston Research, I would say the people you’re surrounded by. You are working with the result-driven professionals, having a chance to share your experience and gain a new one not forgetting about having fun.”
“PEOPLE! People at Livingston is the reason why I’ve been working at this company for almost 8 years now! People at LR change your worldview, prove that nothing is impossible and show you everyday that your workplace can be a support system.”
- "Here at Livingston we delegate both responsibility and authority. We call it ownership - employee does not just simply execute necessary task, but is an owner of the entire stream/product and manages it as a "business inside a business"". - Theory O - Livingston research shares life-hacks on business processes. 07 December 2017
- "Livingston research gets thousands of CVs each month, and the success rate of an applicant to an offer is around 1-2%. For some key positions it can even be lower than that. We have a very tough recruiting funnel, and we have made it so intentionally. This way we make sure only the best and the most motivated people start working with us, but if the person is in, he/she is very likely to stay." www.delo.ua, 15 December 2017
- "Do your employees expand their skillsets? It is critical to make constant development a part of corporate culture. It is high time every company understood that spending money on employee training is not a cost, but rather an investment. It significantly increases productivity and loyalty." 31 January 2018
- "Just a couple of years ago the customer support department consisted of up to 10 people. By the end of 2017 the number exceeded 80. This is an entry-level position, with a relatively high churn. That means that over 150 people went through the department in the past 24 months. All of them had to be trained according to our high-quality standard. A well-structured onboarding process enabled such a dramatic growth." 16 February 2018