Hatch Asia wins big at the”HR Vendors Of The Year 2023″ in Malaysia

Agensi Pekerjaan Hatch Asia Sdn Bhd bags two silver awards at the "HR Vendors of The Year 2023" last November 9, in Malayasia.

Agensi Pekerjaan Hatch Asia Sdn Bhd bags two silver awards during the “HR Vendors Of The Year 2023,” held last November 9 at Sofitel Kuala Lumpur Damansara.

Hatch Asia’s sub-arm in Malaysia  joined the HR Vendors Of The Year in Malaysia for the first time. They earned accolades under the “Best Executive Search Firm” and “Best HR Management Consulting Firm”  categories.

(From right to left) Liyana Hassan, Senior Manager, Human Resources, Taco Bell, hand out an award to Hatch Asia’s Anirudh Arvind, Managing Partner, Asia; and  Amos Tay, Managing Partner, Asia, during the awarding ceremony. 

The Best Executive Search Firm Award is given to providers who exemplify outstanding “industry expertise and their ability to provide customized search solutions for each client.”

Meanwhile, a new award on the roster is the Best HR Management Consulting Firm Award. It is an accolade for the remarkable provision of “strategic guidance and innovative solutions for clients across a range of HR issues.”

Annually, the HR Vendors of the Year, an award-giving body,  lauds top-performing HR solutions providers across Asia.

Another separate awarding ceremony will happen on November 24 at Sofitel City Centre, Singapore. It will cover Singapore-based participants and also includes Hatch Asia as a nominee for three categories. In 2020, Hatch Asia won the HR Vendors Of The Year for Singapore.

Hatch Asia aims to champion the best talent management practices by partnering with clients. Mainly, it is to help identify, assess, and assimilate talents to pave the way toward the achievement of organizational goals.

Notably, they usher continuous innovation through a diversified set of initiatives. Such includes the combination of the science and art of talent acquisition and incorporation of digital solutions. Hatch Asia also provides insights that rely on researched-backed practices. Said efforts can result in making and improving the overall decision-making of people.

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