3 Real Ways to Honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at Work

Starting in the mid-1950s, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s activism set the stage for desegregation, the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and the Voting Rights Act of 1965, but we still haven't reached true equality in the United States, either in private or professional life. For example, African-American workers still earn less and have higher unemployment rates than white workers. But you can help to change that. Here's what you can plan to do at work, starting tomorrow, to honor Dr. King and further his legacy.

The Cost of a Bad Hire [infographic]

Looking for the perfect candidate to fill an empty position within your company is no easy task. But if you don't take the time to find the right hire, it can cost your company thousands of dollars. The infographic below from Kira Talent outlines how much a single bad hire can cost you.

What to Look for When Hiring New Graduates

New graduates from the class of 2013 are likely in the midst of a job search that is as frustrating, if not more, than your search for the perfect new candidate. With the current economic state, you are probably receiving more applicants than ever for entry-level positions, making it much harder to decide on which recent grads would be the best fit for the job. Below are a few tips for finding the best new graduates to hire.