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With a background of nearly 50 years – 20 full time - in industrial relations, Elsworth Young believes the current Alexandra School impasse has shown the need for a public sector arrangement similar to the private sector, where a document sets out standards for solving disputes between unions and employers. The retired Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Labour and former Chief Labour Officer was also head of industrial relations at the CARICOM Secretariat , and currently lectures part-time in industrial relations at UWI, Cave Hill. Young speaks to Associate Editor Ricky Jordan in the Big Interview in tomorrow's SUNDAY SUN.