Will Bunch

Will Bunch is a freelance writer based in the Philadelphia region who writes on human resources and other business topics. He can be reached at hreletters@lrp.com.

Why hiring younger workers may keep getting harder

The 'Class of COVID' is coming into the workforce with new—and quickly changing—expectations.

Requiring college degrees: a sign of a ‘lazy employer’?

Leading organizations like IBM and Google are rethinking what makes a standout candidate.

Here’s how leading-edge companies are redesigning for hybrid

From the moment in August 2019 that Heyward Donigan became CEO of Rite Aid Corp.—operator of nearly 2,500 drugstores nationwide, in a highly competitive...

EX after COVID: Way beyond foosball and free lunches

Here’s how IBM leadership and others think the pandemic has permanently transformed EX.

How do you define EX? Create an ‘irresistible organization’

A recent report from the Josh Bersin Academy outlines the new basics of employee experience, including how Microsoft is handling EX today.

How COVID-19 prompted a ‘180’ in office design

The open-office concept is a thing of the past, experts say.

How HR is reimagining the office of the future

Improved air systems and touchless elevators are among the plans.

When the office goes, what happens to culture?

Organizations of all sizes are struggling to maintain company culture as remote work continues.

Compassion: A new treatment for addiction?

As the opioid crisis grows, more employers are pivoting toward connecting workers to treatment and, ultimately, keeping them on the job.

How to keep baby boomer workers happy

Effectively recruiting and retaining young talent shouldn’t come at the expense of older employees.