Jersey's civil service union has said walk-outs are still planned for 23 and 27 August, despite a pay offer from the government.
Members of the JCSA Prospect Union have two weeks to vote on the deal from 22 August, but planned strikes are still set to go ahead.
Terry Renouf from the union described the proposed pay deal as the "lowest given to any group of States employees".
"Bearing in mind that some of the civil servants are the lowest paid within the States, so the lowest paid have, in effect, had the lowest increase," he added.
The States Employment Board removed a proposed increase to the working week of six minutes a day, which was linked to extra holiday entitlement, from their offer at the unions request.
It also has committed to a guaranteed pay increase of 1.3% above cost of living from 1 January 2020, as well as a further increase to be identified jointly from "new savings and efficiencies".
The board said it was "disappointed" that the unions are not recommending their members vote in favour of the offer.