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Rated 5 out of 5 by Starcruiser from Fabulous colour Having painted one east facing bedroom with this we have loved it ever since. It seems to have moods with changes of light. It can look a pleasing yellow in sunlight, butterscotch in warm white lighting and have a hint of green in other lights. It covers supremely well and takes touching up well too. We’ve used it against New White eggshell with oak doors and the colours go really well together. It has brightened up an internal hallway too. Each room looks subtly different depending on the light. Love it! (Source:

Rated 5 out of 5 by Jackie North Norfolk from I always chose FB paints I have just had a new traditional kitchen fitted and chose All White for cabinetry but my island I chose Hay it looks amazing and we are very ‘I Just Don’t Know What To Do With Myself’ is out now! https://bit.ly/IJustDontKnow The new album features 10 versions of some of Colin’s favorite tunes — songs tied to memories … Continue reading → Colin is here to have a chat with you about his new record – “I Just Don’t Know What To Do With Myself” – stay tuned as he will be … Continue reading → “I am lucky to still be able to write, record and play music for a living. I will have something new to release very soon. Some 40 years ago, this was … Continue reading → (Source: www.colinhay.com)


The Hay System is a job performance evaluation method that is widely used in North America and Europe. Training in the use of the system takes several days, followed by several months of organizational experience to become proficient in its evaluation style. All jobs are evaluated not only by the interpretation of the factor descriptions but within the context of all other jobs in the organization.

In Ontario, consistent with Pay Equity legislation, four factors are used in job evaluation: Skill, Effort, Responsibility and Working Conditions, which Hay translates into Knowledge, Problem Solving, Accountability and Working Conditions. The system works on an integration of all the factors. A job is evaluated by looking at the knowledge required to do the job (whether practical or intellectual), the kind of thinking required to solve the problems which the job commonly faces, the responsibilities (accountabilities) assigned, and the work environment in which the work is performed. (Source: uwaterloo.ca)


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