From the beginning, we chose to build our foundation on our main asset: a team of outstanding consultants.
Levio’s reputation in today’s market is thanks in large part to the commitment and exceptional expertise of the men and women who make up our team.
Levio aspires to be an industry leader by inspiring our five shared values among our partners and consultants:
Levio encourages employees to explore intrapreneurial ventures, express themselves, share their ideas, and start projects. Employees have a lot of freedom when it comes to responsibilities, and leadership.
Levio actively brings together and recruits individuals of all gender identities, religious beliefs, race, ethnicity, sexual orientations, abilities, experiences, ages, personalities, and backgrounds.
Levio is committed daily to the well-being of its people. At Levio, several measures have been put in place to help the immigrant workforce and ethnocultural minorities integrate and achieve their full potential in an environment that promotes their inclusion. Many activities, initiatives and events allow employees from here and abroad to feel at home, respected and listened to in order to develop their full potential.
Levio ensures pay equity and fair access to opportunities and resources to individuals experiencing disadvantages in employment, such as women, Indigenous people, persons with disabilities, members of visible minorities, and army veterans. Levio also offers the same salaries both locally and internationally, meaning better wages for employees residing in lower-income countries.
Levio recognizes that not everyone has access to higher education. Rather than hiring individuals based on particular degree requirements, Levio prioritizes skills and past work experiences. Levio also provides resources and assistance to employees who want to pursue a degree.
Levio has also been an ambassador to other companies, to encourage them to recruit culturally diverse employees. In the business world, Levio continues to be a model for international recruitment, retention of newcomers, and cultural diversity management.
We recognize that despite the progress we are making with Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, there is still a lot to learn and more work that needs to be done. Adjusting, improving, innovating, and being flexible, and are part of our DNA.