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I have been working at Lucas Group full-time (Less than a year)
Some of the pro's if not all, would be how much of a team the whole office actually is. There is nothing fake about this place, everyone is always helping, putting in 100% effort, connecting with clients, and candidates in such a positive way. I think that how they treat their employees is beyond any job I have ever had before, I did come from a very negative job atmosphere before, but being here at Lucas Group has made me enjoy coming into work each and everyday. They are extremely flexible to family needs, maternity leave, health, and even personal days that are needed. Our health benefits are also wonderful, if you know which plan to sign up for, I used to work in healthcare so I would say our insurance is top notch. I would highly recommend Lucas Group to anyone and everyone that is willing to put in the hard work to become a top recruiter.
Nothing at all, everyone at my office loves being here.
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I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Lucas Group (Denver, CO).
I applied for Lucas Group and 4 of their top competitors in the Denver market. The interview process with Lucas Group was one of the worst I've been to for this type of position. I had an initial phone screening with the internal recruiter less than a week after I applied and emailed her directly. It lasted 5 minutes and she was quick to get me off the phone without answering my questions. My in person interview was scheduled within a week of the call where I met only one of the managers who spent 30 minutes going through my resume line by line asking about my every move since high school graduation. Nothing regarding personality or any room for me to give examples of my experience and successes regardless of my attempts to steer the interrogation and make it more of a conversation. At the end I had less than 10 minutes to ask any questions I had about the company, then he had to leave because he was late for another meeting. Not that I'm proud of this, but I refused to even write a thank you email after that one and simply let the internal recruiter know I wasn't interested after providing some feedback. I got offers from all 4 of the other competitors. Lucas Group provided a view into their culture and management styles so I steered clear.