What to Know
- Personal Services & Miscellaneous Organizations includes services performed for individuals or communities, such as businesses that offer repair and maintenance of equipment or personal goods (jewelry repair, dry cleaning), personal care services (salons, weight-loss centers), death care services, and all personal, professional and religious associations are in this industry.
- If you run a non-profit organization, you may be exempt from providing workers’ compensation coverage for employees. Check with your state’s guidelines to see how you are classified.
- Jobs in offices, repair shops and salons typically carry a low level of risk. Muscle strains, slip-and-fall injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome and other repetitive stress injuries are the most commonly cited claims in these settings.
- Some jobs in this industry can be very physically demanding, involving work around heavy objects or machinery and putting workers at higher risk for accidents, strains and repetitive stress injuries. Exposure to harsh chemicals in cleaning products can cause tissue or respiratory damage.
- The nature of your business, number of employees being covered and past coverage and claims are all factors in how much your premium will cost. Learn more about workers' comp insurance rates >>
About Work Class Codes
Many businesses have several work class codes that describe what their employees do. It’s important to classify each group of employees accurately because it could alter your premium dramatically.
Personal Services & Miscellaneous Organizations Work Class Codes
- Auto-repair shop
- Beauty salon
- Funeral home
- Dry cleaning services
- Religious organization
If you employ workers in multiple states or your employees are temporarily working out-of-state, you need to purchase insurance for all the states where your workers are located, according to each state’s laws.
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The nature of your business, number of employees being covered and past coverage and claims are all factors in how much your premium will cost.
Learn more about workers’ comp insurance rates >>