I wonder if the chief executive of North Lanarkshire Council is putting in a extra shift this weekend to help process the outstanding equal pay claims for thousands of council workers.
Because while the lowest paid NLC workers have been fighting for years to establish their basic right to equal pay, NLC's chief officials have been doing very well for themselves, it has to be said.
As regular readers know, during the twelve years from 2002-2014 while the battle for equal pay was underway, the salary of the council CEO (Gavin Whitefield) rose from £105, 777 to £147,973.29 - or by an eye watering £42,196.29.
Now this pay package was topped up by an unusual performance scheme (shared by other chief officials) which paid an annual bonus for 'good' performance.
Between 2002 and 2014 the scheme paid out over £2 million of taxpayers' money.
So if you ask me it's entirely reasonable for all the people who are waiting patiently for their equal pay letters, to know for sure when this will happen.
Because all the workforce is asking for is to be treated with some courtesy, respect and consideration.