In my diploma thesis I discuss the issue of reorganization of social work centers. The reorganization officially started in 2018 with the merger of 62 social work centers into 16 new regional centers, thus transforming the existing 62 centers into 63 new units. Unfortunately, the reorganization did not touch on the content of the work at the centers, but increased the bureaucracy and overburdening of employees with a number of new measures. The work on the centers was also negatively affected by the introduction of the Krpan system and the new Family Code. It is important to stress, that certain problems, at the centers, cannot be described as direct products of the reorganization, since a lot of them have been present for many years before. On the other hand, it is true that the reorganization has made some of the mentioned problems more visible. The impact of the reorganization on the work of employees is difficult to define objectively for two reasons, Firstly, employees experience consequences of reorganization in different ways. Secondly, the reorganization affected certain areas of the centers differently than the others. During the reorganization, the Ministry carried out the centralization of management. The decision to start the process of the reorganization was supported by the politics, as the reorganization was mentioned in the coalition agreement of the government. The Ministry supervises the work of the centers through the councils of institutions, the Krpan system causes double work due to inconsistencies with other systems, too little money is spent on education of employees, the introduction of permits makes field work more difficult and despite the fact that the centers are facing high staff shortage, negotiations on new employment for 2020 have not been successful. Prior to the reorganization, employees had the opportunity to present ideas and suggestions, but were not involved in the dialogue on the course of the reorganization. Most of the employees are satisfied with the supervisions. The Social Assistance Act should be updated, the number of employee representatives in the councils of the institute has to be increased. It would also be necessary to launch an initiative regarding the introduction of a joint fee for education of employees. We also need to coordinate the Krpan system with other systems, and in the event of a failed agreement on new employments, a strike should be announced. We must also strive for the goal of making first social aid a fundamental task of the centers.