The Master thesis addresses the participation of employees in management of The Radio and Television Corporation of Slovenia which is unique in Slovenia as it is the only public institution whose Founding Law enables provisions of the Worker Participation in Management Act. Such conditions usually apply only to employees in the corporate field putting all other public company employees in an unequal position, which has been repeatedly pointed out by the Constitutional Court. The areas of employee participation in the management and operation of public institutions in Slovenia and the European Union are presented in the thesis. The thesis investigates and compares how employee participation is established in Slovenia, Slovenian public institutions, the European Union as a whole and some separate European countries, as well as Radio and Television Corporation of Slovenia and one of the German televisions. The study findings indicate that employees in Slovenian public institutions, despite the explicit constitutional provision, are in an unequal position compared to employees in the corporate field, as public institution employees can only participate in management through their representatives in the council of the institution, but not through their representatives in the works council. In this respect, Radio and Television Corporation of Slovenia proved to be an important exception, which not only proves that the current legislation in this area is suitable for other public institutions, but it also successfully enforced the legal provision that the management of the institution and the works council can expand the scope of employee participation in management, which in return enabled the employees of Radio and Television Corporation of Slovenia to have an even wider range of rights legally determined by the Worker Participation in Management Act than in the corporate field. This Master's thesis is the first work that addresses the participation of employees in the management of Radio and Television Corporation of Slovenia in detail and can significantly contribute to the application of such legislation in this area for other public institutions in Slovenia.