Public sector unions believe a 6.5% pay rise proposal was the best that could be achieved through negotiations at this time.
Individual unions will be asked to consult with their members ahead of a vote on October 7th.
Talks concluded at around 6 o'clock this morning at the Workplace Relations Commission, 19 hours after they started.
The proposals would see a backdated 3% rise from February 2022, 2% in March 2023 and 1.5% or €750 in October 2023, whichever figure is greater.
At 10 o'clock this morning, the Public Services Committee met and decided individual unions should consult with members.
In a statement, Irish Congress of Trade Unions President Kevin Callinan says it's his belief that it was the best offer that could be achieved at this time.
The Public Services Committee has said individual unions should now consult their members, while it has asked for any planned industrial action ballots to be suspended while this process is ongoing.