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

Strength to Success: Career Path

Strengths to Success: Discover the right career path

“What is the right career path for me?” We’ve all been there.  I remember when I first ventured into the workforce, and I’ve wondered the same. Equipped with only the knowledge that I have an interest in understanding people, their behaviours, and thinking.  I have been in the executive search industry since. I find sheer […]

job references

8 Steps to Getting Your Job References Right

Job references are like ecommerce product reviews and ratings. You only buy when the product has good reviews and high ratings.  But unlike reviews, job references are only provided when asked or when the offer is on the table. Similarly, an employer wants to know what were you like in the previous job or relevant […]

How to improve your chances of getting a job

How to Improve Your Chances of Getting a Job Today

Contrary to general beliefs, it is rather challenging to find a job today.  Nevermind fresh graduates, even experienced workers, suffer the same predicaments. If you’ve been looking for a job for a considerable amount of time, then you’d know how challenging it can be, particularly in 2020, where the world’s economy is facing one of […]

holistic leader

Part 1: A Holistic Leader – Why you should be one

Congratulations! You’re ready to be promoted and have accumulated the work experience to be in charge of a department of your own. But wait—what kind of leader do you want to be? You’ve heard about people leave bad leaders but not companies. So at the very least, you don’t want to be a horrible boss. […]