A city centre bar has reopened after working conditions were improved. 

Broadcast reopened on Thursday following "positive negotiations" between Unite representatives and owner Paul Cardow. 

We previously reported that the Sauchiehall Street venue closed earlier this month to carry out improvement works after staff submitted a collective grievance to Mr Cardrow containing a catalogue of serious claims regarding working conditions.

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Within the six-page document, there were claims that workers were forced to deal with biohazards including "human faeces", bouncers reportedly failing to ban "predatory customers" from the premises, and understaffed shifts that led to "staff burnout, mentally and physically".

However, Unite Hospitality announced the bar has now reopened after members were satisfied with the progress made regarding health, safety and contracts.

They said they were particularly pleased with improvements made to contractual terms and damage caused by a leak. 

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A Unite spokesperson: "Following positive negotiations between the owner and our Unite reps at the venue, Broadcast will be opening from Thursday.

"Our members are satisfied with the progress made on health/safety and contracts. 

"In particular, we are pleased that significant improvements have been made to contractual terms and that all damage caused by a leak from [the] upstairs building has been fixed. 

"Hopefully, we can build upon this progress and make it the best live events venue in Glasgow for workers conditions."

A spokesperson for Broadcast added: “We have had constructive discussions with our colleagues and Unite representatives, and reopened with their agreement.

“We are pleased to have had the opportunity to establish the existence, cause and remedy for certain issues, with all actions - including strengthening the management structure and training regimes - completed to the satisfaction of our staff.

“In addition, flood damage caused by the building above has been repaired. We intend to continue building a structure of open dialogue between colleagues and the entire team looks forward to welcoming our customers back to the venue.”