Amos Tay is the Managing Partner of Hatch Asia. He is a Gallup-Certified CliftonStrength Coach and lead our executive search, coaching business across the region.
Amos has helped international clients obtaining quality hires through proven assessment methodology and specialised in supply chain and logistics sector across Asia. He has over ten years of experience as an in-house HR professional and an external recruiter.
His vocation to augment success through business intelligence, continuous improvement and technological advancement has led him to implement various recruitment processes and solutions for companies of all sizes and help many individuals in their career.
He believes that “people matters”. Therefore, he wants to change the way many perceive recruiters as paper-pushers. He delivers quality hires for his clients while helping candidates by building strong partnerships among stakeholders focusing on individual strengths.
Host, Amos Tay speaks to New Soon Tee of PICK Network on his journey of moving from the private sector to the government sector, PICK’s values and how that translates to making hiring decisions, and his views on what is the right mentality to have as a c…
Frustrated with all the tried-and-tested job hunting strategies? This is a situation all too familiar to many candidates. You are a month (or two) into the job search, and the response is lukewarm at best. You are getting a few calls, and most of the resumes you have sent out did not even get a […]
Most successful businesses will agree that it is essential to build a strong team to run a thriving venture. However, what happens when disruptions like COVID-19 hit unexpectedly? For the first time in many years, businesses in hospitality, F&B, fashion, infrastructure, multinational corporations, institutions, and public-transport sectors were forced to shut down indefinitely due to […]
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