Trade union representatives will be heading back to the negotiating table at the Labour Ministry on Wednesday as they try to get the management of Pan Caribbean Sugar to reconsider the decision to send home 132 internal security guards. This will be the latest in a series of meetings aimed at ending the dispute over the dismissal of the workers from the Bernard Lodge, Monymusk and Frome sugar factories nearly a month ago. Pan Caribbean said it took action due to the high level of security breaches. The company has written to trade unions informing them that the workers will be laid off effective Thursday. However, Harold Brown of the Bustamante Industrial Trade Union (BITU) wants the company to scrap the plan.