The States Employment Board has offered civil servants an updated pay offer following talks with union representatives.
The Government of Jersey hopes the offer will settle the ongoing dispute, which has already resulted in strike action.
Civil service unions say they will suspend proposed industrial action while the offer is under consideration.
This follows months of industrial action.
The newest offer hopes to improve pay and holiday allowances for civil servants.
The three-year pay offer for civil servants is worth 6.4% in consolidated (pensionable) pay rises, plus 2.1% in one-off cash payments. In 2020, the third year, the offer is worth RPI plus 1.3% (with RPI currently expected to be 3.1%).
If the offer is to be approved, these holiday entitlements will come into effect from 1 July 2019.