A transitionally recognised association (TRA) is a State-registered employer association or union that was granted transitional recognition under Schedule 1 of the Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Act 2009 (RO Act). Transitional recognition permits a TRA to represent its members in the national workplace relations system.
Transitional recognition of associations under Schedule 1 ended on 1 January 2017. Only associations that obtained an extension of time from the Fair Work Commission remain transitionally recognised associations.
A registered organisation is an employer association or union that has been registered under the RO Act.
A TRA has been granted recognition to participate and represent its members in the national industrial system but has not been registered under the RO Act.
Below is a list of state associations which are recognised under Schedule 1 of the RO Act as transitionally recognised associations (TRAs).
In addition to the TRAs listed below, certain state associations can become recognised State-registered associations (RSRAs) under Schedule 2 of the Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Act 2009 (see the List of recognised State-registered associations).
Clicking the link in the Org code column takes you to a document containing a copy of:
The Type indicates whether the association is an employer association (E) or a union (U).
You can sort the table by clicking on the heading at the top of the appropriate column.
|Australasian Meat Industry Employees' Union, New South Wales Branch, The||AMIEUN||U||1083_TRN|
|Australian Federation of Employers and Industries||AFEI||E||1086_TRN|
|Australian Workers' Union, New South Wales, The||AWUNSW||U||1037_TRN|
|Queensland Nurses and Midwives' Union of Employees||QNMU||U||1080_TRQ|
|Shop Assistants and Warehouse Employees' Federation of Australia, Newcastle and Northern, New South Wales||SAWEFNN||U||1028_TRN|
|Shop, Distributive & Allied Employees' Association, New South Wales||SDANSW||U||1032_TRN|