email:, tel: +420 234 130 200

About us

Union Headquarters

  • Headquarters (Head Office): Senovážné Square 23, 110 00 Prague 1, Czech Republic
  • Union Secretariat: telephone: +420 234 130 200, email:
  • ID: 492 78 002

Who We Are

Czech and Moravian Trade Union of Workers in Education is a professional trade association that brings together employees particularly in the education sector, pensioners and the unemployed, who have worked in education, regardless of one's political affiliation, nationality, religion, race and gender. Membership can be obtained by individuals upon leaving school.

The Czech and Moravian Trade Union of Workers in Education is a civic association whose fields of interest are also areas of interest to workers, who independently have no chance to influence the employer or public administration bodies and local governments.

The main mission of the ČMOS PŠ

  • Defending the rights of its members and promoting their legitimate economic, social, labor and professional requirements towards state and public administration bodies, organizations and employers
  • Improving of working and living conditions of its members
  • Providing with legal aid and consultancy
  • Participation in legislative processes and promoting proposals aimed at meeting the objectives of the union
  • Providing with analyzes and forecasts
  • Developing a system of information and coordination of activities and relationships internally within the union
  • Implementing of inspection in the field of occupational safety and health at work

Why be a member of ČMOS PŠ

  • Alone, one is only one - union will multiply your chances!
  • Only as a union member I can apply my demands and needs during the collective bargaining process in order to influence the school work and wage conditions
  • Only as a union member I can obtain free legal assistance, including court representation with regards to labor disputes with the employer
  • I will be able to participate in the formulation of opinions on legislative standards
  • Only as a union member I will be regularly informed on the school funding and policy at regional and national level
  • Only an organization with a strong membership has a chance to succeed in promoting its interests and needs

The trade union leadership

Mgr. Dobšík František
Předseda ČMOS PŠ

Mgr. Seidlová Markéta
Místopředseda ČMOS PŠ


Weekly magazine “EDUCATION”

Weekly magazine ”EDUCATION” is intended for all those who are interested in labor issues in education, teacher’s working conditions, management of schools and educational institutions, issues or concerns of individual professions within the educational department, objectives and activities of the Ministry of Education and school trade unions, and educational legislation, etc.

Weekly magazine “EDUCATION” is read in schools and educational institutions throughout the Czech Republic by 50,000 subscribers. Specific attention is given to an annual breakdown of educational financial resources and issues in public administration and local government in education.

Weekly magazine “EDUCATION”, as indicated by its name, is not only geared for teachers, but also for a large and often unjustly neglected group of other employees within the educational system



EXOD is a form of recreation in the Czech and Slovak Republic, which is provided and organized by small teams of the Czech and Moravian Trade Union of Workers in Education, especially for its members and their families. These recreational activities have been in existence for almost 60 years. Since 1995 “EXOD” has been covered by trademark logo and is truly exceptional activity, which only ČMOS PŠ can boast about.

Youth club

The cornerstones of informal meetings of young trade union representatives from all employee positions in the education sector are particularly the following points:

  • The exchange of experiences with regards to the youth’s involvement in ČMOS PŠ activities
  • Involvement of young trade unionists across counties and regional organizations
  • Education proposals for young trade unionists
  • Gaining new young members into the union

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