Voting ends this week in pay consultation ballots of local government workers in England and Wales.
Leaders of the Unison, GMB and Unite unions suspended a strike last month of hundreds of thousands of workers.
They are consulting on a shoddy proposal that is not even an official offer.
Workers rejected and struck against a 1 percent pay offer in July this year. But the new proposal is barely any better— an extra 94p a year per £1,000 earned—and is for two years rather than one.
Dozens of Unison branches have recommended rejection of the proposal.
There is growing support for a recall conference to hold the union leadership to account.