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They can’t go on like this.” READ MORE: Man suffers facial injuries in city centre nightclub attack The latest firings come after two staff members were sacked in January with no prior warning given and no written confirmation of the sacking.

As well as the unpaid wages, Ms Nixon, along with another member of staff, had been given a promotion which they were told came with a salary of £17,000.

Thanks.” DAVID Mc MASTER, 20, one of the staff let go in this way, said: “We were underpaid and it was well under.

I wanted to know what was going on and why we had not been paid.

“Luke (Brown) the general manager said to us that we should be duty managers and that we would be given a salary of £17,000 with some bonuses as well.

Readers’ comments: You are personally liable for the content of any comments you upload to this website, so please act responsibly.READ MORE: Man suffers facial injuries in city centre nightclub attack A further two workers, let go in January, are still awaiting payment and their P45.A formal grievance was submitted on behalf of the Banshee workers by 25-year-old duty manager Lauren Nixon two weeks ago, but as yet no formal response has been received by staff.“I advised staff as the duty manager not to come in unless they were paid.READ MORE: Man suffers facial injuries in city centre nightclub attack “As a group we felt that we could not work another day with the constant delays of payment.” The case, which now leaves six workers unsure as to whether they will be paid the wages owed, has now been taken up by Unite Hospitality, after campaign group Better than Zero initially publicised the worker’s plight.As a result of the walk out, two members of staff were sacked via social media by the bar’s general manager, Luke Brown.The Cambridge Street venue, whose majority shareholder is Gerrard Mc Laughlin, father of Dow’s Bar leaseholder Paul Mc Laughlin, opened in the same month as payments began to be allegedly withheld.“All I want is for my staff to get what they are owed.” She added: “This cannot happen again, so I hope that we can help bring more cases like this forward to stop that.” The bar’s director and majority shareholder, Gerrard Mc Laughlin, 65, is also in charge of other Glasgow venues, including The Sly Fox.He opened Banshee late last year with Alex Fleming and Michal Baczak, before appointing Mr Brown as the bar’s general manager.Unite Hospitality will be supporting the workers to get what they are entitled to.” READ MORE: Man suffers facial injuries in city centre nightclub attack After raising concerns at the end of January, the two remaining bar staff were also let go by Mr Brown via Facebook Messenger after letting senior management know they would not be returning to work until they were paid.In a message to these members of staff, he said: “I’ll make sure you get paid on Monday, however, as you’ve not turned up for your shifts the past two nights you leave me no choice but to let you go.


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