Youth and community workers in Coventry were set to protest on Wednesday of this week against drastic cuts in services for young people.
Around 80 full and part-time workers, who are in the Unite union, were due to strike on that day but the action was postponed.
The Tory-controlled council has already made £300,000 of cuts, hitting frontline services for children of primary age, after-school clubs and summer play schemes.
This has already led to 40 workers taking retirement, redundancy or redeployment.
The council now wants to implement a further £360,000 of cuts which will hit some of the most vulnerable young people in the city.