Jersey's government has withdrawn the new pay deal it offered to public sector workers.
It's after hundreds of employees rejected the offer through union ballots.
The deal would have resulted in a pay rise for some but a loss for others on historical contracts.
The offer will still be available for the groups who voted to accept it.
A two-year pay deal will now be negotiated for 2018-19 which will include a pay freeze for senior managers earning £100,000 or more.
Mr Parker also announced restructuring plans for public services. His proposals mean fewer layers between those at the top and front line staff.
Mr Parker plans to rename several government departments to:
- Office of the Chief Executive
- Department for the States Treasurer and Exchequer
- Department for Customer and Local Services
- Department for Children, Young People, Education and Skills
- Department for Health and Community Services
- Department for Justice and Home Affairs
- Department for Growth, Housing and Island Environment
- Department for Strategic Policy, Performance and Population
- Chief Operating Office