Thousands of women across Glasgow demanded Glasgow City Council resolve the long-standing equal pay dispute – the largest of its kind since the Equal Pay Act was introduced – and won.
Home carers, caterers, cleaners, school workers and other council staff brought Glasgow to a standstill on 23 and 24 October as they took part in a 48-hour strike.
Together we have taken the fight to the courts and to the streets and we will continue to fight until each and every one of our members gets the equal pay they have earned and deserve.
Lyn Marie O'Hara of UNISON City of Glasgow has won the TUC Organising Award for the work done by her and her sisters in the branch organising the Equal Pay ... Read More
#stuc19 Commending around 8,500 Glasgow City workers, predominantly low paid women, who took part in the Glasgow Women’s Strike on 23 and 24 October last year demanding equal pay, and ... Read More
The video, among other great initiatives that won the Glasgow women the best campaign and Chris Bartter award for creativity in the UNISON Scotland Communications Awards in February 2019 ... Read More
A list of frequently asked questions on the proposed deal for UNISON members with Glasgow City Council equal pay claims ... Read More
#stucwomen18 Equal pay strikers, UNISON’s Sylvia Haughney and the GMB’s Shona Thomson, got the STUC Women’s Conference rocking with great speeches on the Glasgow equal pay campaign and strike. The ... Read More
All councils have a duty to deliver pay equality for women and men. Councils must also report on equality commitments under the Best Value rules checked by Audit Scotland. The ... Read More
Thousands of Glasgow's women took to the streets of Glasgow in the largest dispute of its kind since the Equal Pay Act was introduced. Here are some key FACTS to ... Read More
Thousands of Glasgow’s women took to the streets today (Tuesday) to demand Glasgow City Council resolve the long-standing pay injustice. Around 10,000 home carers, cleaners, caterers, school workers and other ... Read More