About Melissa Blazejak

Melissa Blazejak
Senior Web Content Editor
Phone: 860-510-0100 ext. 2181

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Melissa Blazejak is a Senior Web Content Editor at BLR. She has written articles for HR.BLR.com and the HR Daily Advisor websites and is responsible for the day-to-day management of HR.BLR.com and HRLaws.com. She has been at BLR since 2014. She graduated with a BA of Science, specializing in Communication, from Eastern Connecticut State University in 2008. Most recently, she graduated in 2014 with a MS of Educational Technology

Recent articles by Melissa Blazejak

  • New Survey Uncovers the Key to Retaining Top Talent

    Does your organization suffer from high turnover? Are you constantly looking for ways to retain talent? A new survey, conducted by Paychex, may offer more insight into ways employers can keep their current workforce happy, engaged, and most importantly—keep them around!

  • Is Your Workforce Depressed? New Research Highlights Most Affected Regions and Industries

    A new study released by MentalHelp.net, "Depression Among Demographics and Professions," features data from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration to show the prevalence of depression across various demographics. The study focused on reported depression among industries, states, and other lifestyle factors such as overall health, poverty level, and education, to help gain further insight into the permeating effects of depression.

  • New report uncovers occupations most affected by injuries; results may surprise you

    When you hear of workplace injuries, what industries and occupations come to mind? Most would assume anything construction related, as well as public service (i.e. police and firefighters). However, a new report from Paychex is offering some startling revelations into workplace injuries.

  • How U.S. workers are talking about #Overtime on Instagram

    What do Instagram and overtime have in common? Some would answer, "nothing, that's counterproductive." However, a recent study conducted by Paychex paired the two together to find out American's work habits as it relates to overtime.

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