Media Room

With recruitment teams across the country, Lucas Group’s broad reach delivers demonstrated hiring results. We work across all major industries and functionalities to find and place transcendent talent – professionals who propel genuine financial and operational value. No two hires are the same. Our recruiting experts focus on the unique goals and challenges of every Client and the career aspirations of each Candidate. Working in partnership with our Clients and Candidates, we deliver personalized, right-fit and lasting talent solutions.

Lucas Group Featured News

Showing Page: 73 of 0

Lucas Group in the News

Showing Page: 73 of 74
In the job hunt, the stigma of being laid off is hard to erase
June 29, 2010

In a makeshift bedroom in her parents’ house, Erinn Height applies for another job. She’s filled out 200 applications since being laid off from her senior manager position at Avis Budget Group in 2008. To avoid becoming homeless, the independent …

Lucas Group Appoints Andi Jennings President and CEO
March 7, 2009

Atlanta, GA Lucas Group, a respected leader in professional recruiting, today announced that Ms. Andi Jennings, the company’s Vice President and General Manager, has been selected to succeed Art Lucas as President and Chief Executive Officer, effective February 18, 2009. …

Lucas Associates, Inc.
December 7, 2007

Company Overview Lucas Associates, Inc. operates as an executive recruitment search company. It focuses on recruiting top executives in management, advertising/marketing/consumer products, sales, accounting, manufacturing, legal, military personnel transitioning, and technical positions, as well as capital markets, construction, human resources, …

Companies snap up financial analysts to help chart their destinies.
October 4, 2006

October 04, 2006|By Andrew D. Smith, the Dallas Morning NewsDALLAS — Financial analysts were under siege a couple years back. Regulators were prosecuting some analysts. Investors were suing others. Pundits were predicting the profession’s decline. After all, the reasoning went, …