Here are some encouraging words for equal pay claimants in Glasgow from a regular reader in North Lanarkshire.
Come on girls!!! - get the tongues wagging!
I'm a North Lanarkshire worker and our voices have been heard with a big help from Action 4 EqualityScotland.
Equal pay is yours, you have all worked hard for it - PEOPLE POWER!!!
Exactly because the success of A4ES in other councils was achieved with the active support of thousands of clients who refused to be fobbed off by council officials and elected politicians.
Many hands make light work.
People Make Glasgow (14/01/17)
'People Make Glasgow' is the City Council's new marketing slogan, as I said on the blog site the other day.
And that's as true about the fight for equal pay in Glasgow as it is of anything else - people power counts, or to put it another way 'many hands make light work'.
The challenge ahead is to mobilise the thousands of equal pay claimants and send the Council leadership a strong message about getting they heads out of the sand.
Glasgow is now the only major council in Scotland not to have reached a settlement over its post-job evaluation pay arrangements, unlike neighbouring South Lanarkshire and North Lanarkshire Councils which have both settled all of their outstanding equal pay cases.
Whether it's using Twitter or Facebook equal pay claimants have a big role to play in terms of engaging with politicians inside the Council, in the Scottish Parliament and at Westminster.
So get Liking, Sharing, Following and generally spreading the word - if you want to hold the City Council to account over its obligations on equal pay.