COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL MIXED-USE BUILDING OPERATION — not Homeowners Associations — all other employees — including resident employees and resident Clerical Office Employees
When lodging is provided by the employer, the total remuneration shall include the market value of such lodging to the employee.
This classification applies to employers engaged in the management and operation of combined commercial and residential mixed-use multi-unit properties comprised of one or more mixed-use multi-unit buildings with four or more units per building. This classification includes property managers engaged in the direct supervision of employees engaged in the operation, maintenance and care of properties. Such operations include but are not limited to cleaning and maintaining lobbies and common areas, maintaining ventilation and heating systems, changing door locks and directories, interior remodeling, exterior landscape maintenance, swimming pool maintenance, security and the operation of parking facilities.
Also refer to companion Classification 8740(7), Commercial and Residential Mixed-Use Building Operation — not Homeowners Associations — property management supervisors. Classification 8740(7) applies to property management supervisors who exercise direction through maintenance or operations supervisors who directly supervise employees engaged in the operation, maintenance and care of commercial and residential mixed-use buildings. Classification 8740(7) also applies to non-residing property management supervisors who oversee commercial and residential mixed-use buildings at which all operation, maintenance and care activities are conducted by separate concerns and no payroll is assignable to 9011(2). Property managers not meeting the above conditions shall be classified as 9011(2).
Non-residing employees engaged exclusively in the rental or leasing of property to clients and who have no other duties of any kind in the service of the employer except clerical office work shall be separately classified as 8741, Real Estate Agencies, provided separate employees are retained to manage the property.
New construction, alteration or demolition work shall be separately classified.
The preparation or serving of hot foods shall be separately classified as 9079(1), Restaurants or Taverns.
The management and operation of only the residential portion of a commercial and residential mixed-use building where a separate concern manages the commercial portion shall be classified as 9011(1), Apartment or Condominium Complex Operation — N.O.C. — not Homeowners Associations — all other employees.
The management and operation of only the commercial portion of a commercial and residential mixed-use building where a separate concern manages the residential portion shall be classified as 9009, Commercial Properties — N.O.C. — all other employees.
The management and operation of individual apartment or condominium units (not apartment or condominium complexes), single-family residences, duplexes, triplexes and other residential properties consisting of not more than three units per building shall be classified as 9015(1), Building Operation — N.O.C. — all other employees.
The management and operation of properties, including but not limited to residential homes and apartment or condominium complexes by homeowners associations shall be classified as 9066, Homeowners Associations.
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