Amos Tay

Managing Partner

Amos Tay is the Managing Partner of Hatch Asia. He is a Gallup-Certified CliftonStrength Coach and leads our executive search business across the region. With over ten years of experience, Amos has helped clients obtain quality hires through proven assessment methodology. He specialises in the supply chain and logistics sector across Asia and believes that “people matters”. This philosophy pushes Amos to deliver quality hires for his clients while helping candidates build strong partnerships among stakeholders focusing on individual strengths.

Articles by Amos Tay

A Daffodil For Your Thoughts – The Utility of Talent Intelligence

Ani sits down with Jerry Hu, the Senior Manager for Regional Talent Acquisition for Doctor Anywhere. With his business and human resource experience, Jerry shares on how data and analytics can help organisations in their talent acquisition and talent man…

A Daffodil for Your Thoughts: Pushing the People with Disabilities Agenda

Ani and Sarah speak to Nishah Govind Kumar, the Diversity and Inclusion Lead of Standard Chartered Bank Malaysia, to speak on how to build an organisation that supports people with disabilities. We spoke on building awareness in teams, whether organisati…

Walk the Mile: Transitioning from a HR Leader to a Business Leader

Ani Arvind meets Aravind Karthigesu and speaks on why he made the switch from HR to a business function, how he strategized the switch, and how networking pushed his successful role transition. 

How To Take Charge of Your Career

If not for Covid, what would 2020 be for you? There is a saying, “the only constant is change” and 2020 has seen a rapid change of behavior, which tested both resilience and grit.  The journey of self-discovery went on acceleration mode, especially for myself. Through the crisis, I picked up the skills of cooking […]

Supply Chain Leader Series: Creating A Startup Team Within A Multibillion-Dollar Company

Amos speaks to Marc Moss on how he built his sales team in Nippon Express as it started as a one-person team, how Marc ensures his team doesn’t fall back into the legacy route, and what transformation the freight industry has undergone.