There are certain activities that are specifically included in all classifications and may not be separately classified. These activities must be assigned to the classification that describes an employer's business or industry. These activities, referred to as General Inclusions, include the following:
General Inclusions Examples
- If a brewery operator also manufactures bottles to bottle the beer that is produced, the bottle manufacturing operations must be included in Classification 2121, Breweries.
- If a software development firm also prints its own instruction literature to be packaged and sold with the company's software, the printing operations must be included in Classification 8859(1), Computer Programming or Software Development.
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