From school catering staff, crossing patrollers and janitors to home carers and admin staff, workers making a difference in the city will be praised.
Cordia's 13 awards will be given out tomorrow night to honour care workers, school staff and hospitality employees.
David Melvin, managing director of Cordia, said: "Our 7000-strong workforce delivers some of the most important services to Glaswegians on a daily basis, whether it's providing vital home care for the elderly and vulnerable, or helping our children cross the streets safely on their way to and from school.
"They are, in many cases, the glue that holds the city together.
"These awards allow us the opportunity to thank them for their invaluable service to Glasgow."
David McMonigle, 66, is up for School Crossing Patroller of the Year for his seven -year service at Pirie Park Primary School.
When the grandfather-of-six finishes his shift he picks up litter and helps out the janitor at the Govan school.
Mr McMonigle said: "I'm proud to be nominated.
"It should be a good night. My wife, Marie, is coming with me, so she's currently taking all the mothballs out of my suit in preparation!"
The awards will be hosted by Mr Melvin and each winner will receive a trophy.
Cathy Clark, from Maryhill, is in the running for Home Carer of the Year.
The 64-year-old, who covers the West End of Glasgow and Maryhill, has done the job for the past 20 years.
Kind-hearted Cathy also volunteers at a city-centre homeless shelter once a week.
And the mother-of-two is also a member of Prison Fellowship Scotland.
She said: "I really love my job, it's so rewarding.
"In fact, I hate even the thought of retirement. I work with really nice people and get on very with my clients.
"They're more like friends to me, to be honest."
Cordia employs 7300 people in the city and this is the fifth year of the Staff Recognition Awards.
Glasgow comedian Des Clarke will be providing entertainment on the night with a circus ringmaster, jugglers and an aerial dance troupe also on the bill.
Nominee Pauline Wood, from Yoker, works as Hospitality Services Team Leader at the Riverside Museum.
Pauline, 25, has worked at the museum since it opened in July 2011.
She said: "We are over the moon to be nominated.
"I am bringing my colleague Ann Gallacher with me as she works at the Riverside too.
"We all love working at the museum and this is an added bonus."