Stephen Nehez, Jr.
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  • Allen Park, MI
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  • Nehez Recruiting LLC
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2014: Tougher than Ever to be a Recruiter

What a great year...2013!  I'm sure for many of you the lump of coal for 2013 will the be taxes you owe.  Obviously, the flip side of that is that if your recruiting practice isn't on an upward climb right now, you might want to review what's going on.  I just finished working out on the elliptical for an hour and watched a documentary on the initiating boot…


Posted on December 23, 2013 at 2:30pm — 1 Comment

The Sleeping Monster

I've got to get something off my chest. 

So here's the thing.  I'm going to do my darned hardest to scrub any USA politics from this and keep this zeroed in on recruiting.  You people are bright and will get it.  But please, even when you solve the equation, don't try rallying political debate below.  I won't play.

Last night while walking the cockapoo, I was…


Posted on December 5, 2013 at 11:30am — 9 Comments

Delight on chaos!

Is laughter really the best medicine?  If you’re a headhunter, it better be. 

Have you ever seen the movie Platoon with (cough, cough) Winner Winner Chicken Dinner Charlie Sheen from a million years ago?  Sheen’s character in the movie moves quickly from one vignette to the next leaving watchers of this nail biter breathless for two straight hours.  I remember way back…


Posted on November 13, 2013 at 5:36pm — 1 Comment

Call me a PIRATE and I'll slit your throat!

A Banker, a Doctor, and a Recruiter walk into a bar, two of them leave wanting new jobs.

Indulge me while I play a bit of make believe.  If I didn't live and breathe this business (including an occasional dream about it at night), I think I might actually enjoy reading.  Unfortunately, four score and a zillion years ago when I took the ACT's, my scores…


Posted on September 27, 2013 at 2:47pm — 1 Comment

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At 2:07pm on March 1, 2014, PAUL FOREL said…


Hello, I'm new here at Recruiting Blogs and saw this:

"I don't think I've ever heard one of my peers refer the themselves as a "recruitment vendor". (This bothers me for some weird reason.)"

Thank you for that. Ever since everybody and their mother has gotten into our business they have been attempting to re-invent our business for some reason.

And then I saw this:

"This article, with much respect to the author for verbalizing his ideas and dreams, could not be farther from reality if one has been following the BLS numbers over the past several years. Though it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out the origin and trajectory of this, I say "Let's stand with Ken" and make 100% of American jobs government jobs. Then, we can shop at the government grocery store, fuel up at the government gas station, go to government universities, take government approved vacations at government specified locations, wear government clothing, and sleep on government mattresses. This article could be no further away from the "spirit of the recruiter" than anything else being hawked on Recruiting Blogs.

Sorry man. Not standing with you..."

Thank you again, nice to see someone who does not automatically gush and agree to bizarre premises.

Fewer people today are willing to suggest the recruiter/blogger is wearing no clothes.

Take Care,

Paul Forel

At 3:23pm on October 3, 2013, Aditi Shrivastava said…

we are looking Freelance/Independent/Self-Employed Recruiter who can mainly Submit Resume for GC and USA citizen candidate for Job requirement on

Also, Looking for RPO to partner-up with us.

if you are interested, please share details at

Jobhuk is a crowd sourced hiring marketplace. This is a great tool for RPO agencies & independent recruiters to find new job requirements from various clients across the nation to work directly. You do what you are good at, which is, finding the right candidate for the job, and get paid. Its that simple. 

Instead of the Clients and Vendors sending emails and setting up approval processes to work with them, we do all that for you. Employers post their Jobs on Jobhuk for free. Jobhuk egally binds clients with a digital contract & terms of service. We also ensure the credibility of the company who is posting jobs on Jobhuk. This guarantees the payments to recruiters and staffing agencies. We have proven to have closures made within 24hours. 

For Full-Time positions, you get paid the referral amount set on the Job when a candidate submitted/referred by you is successfully hired. If client wishes to keep the candidate within the evaluation period of 60 days, you get paid. 

For Contract positions, where the hiring is much faster. You get paid 15% of the Candidate Hourly Rate. This amount is already calculated and set as referral amount on each Job. Payments are made on monthly basis, where Jobhuk co ordinates with time-sheets & Invoicing with clients and pays recruiters on same net terms. To give more clarity on the hourly rates spread: 

Clients Post Job with $100/hr for 6 months (1000 hours contract), Recruiters Margin 15% - $15/hr , Jobhuk Margin 5% - $5/hr, Candidate Rate 80% - $80/hr. 

Clients are contractually bound with Jobhuk so they always pay Jobhuk and We pay recruiters as a follow on. 

On a every successful hire, our back office team will execute contracts and setup wire transfer collecting your back account information. If you are within U.S and are able to provide is a W9, we send make all the payments as 1099 to the name on W9 for Taxation purpose. 



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