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LEADERSHIP TEAM

Richard Letcher | Managing Director, Asia

Richard Letcher (he/him) is a managing director at WilsonHCG in Asia. He co-leads the broader business in Asia and heads up the human resources practice across multiple countries in the region. He specializes in senior-level mandates across all industries.

Richard has more than 28 years of executive search experience. Prior to establishing Profile Search & Selection in 2005, and after starting his career as an accountant, he recruited accounting professionals and built out the HR practice throughout Hong Kong and China for a leading search firm.

Throughout his career, Richard and the HR practice have won numerous awards as voted by HR professionals. He’s been featured in Human Resources Director Magazine (HRD), HKIHRM and AsianInvestor. Today, he continues to write numerous thought leadership blogs consulting on prominent HR topics and talent solutions across the region.

Outside of work, Richard enjoys spending time with his wife and three children and is a competitive swimmer and tennis player.

In Summary

What is internal mobility?  In its simplest form, internal mobility is the movement of current employees into different positions within an organization. Internal mobility programs require companywide collaboration because all departments are affected.  

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Never has the jobs market been in such a constant state of flux as it is today. Companies need people – and they needed them yesterday. But attracting, hiring and retaining talent isn’t as straightforward as it once was. Why? Record job vacancies, severe skills shortages, changing candidate expectations, high turnover rates and rising inflation are all having a huge impact on the jobs market as we know it.

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Digital and technology skills continue to be in high demand across Asia Pacific (APAC). The COVID-19 pandemic has further exacerbated the need for tech talent in the wider APAC region, as it forced many organisations to prioritise digital transformation.

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