AUTOMOBILE OR TRUCK TRANSMISSION REPAIRING AND REBUILDING — including removal and installation operations — all employees — including estimators, service writers and customer service representatives
This classification applies to facilities engaged primarily (over 50% of gross receipts) in the repair of automobile or truck transmissions for customers on a fee basis.
This classification does not apply to automobile or truck service or repair facilities or automobile or truck parts machining and rebuilding operations that are not primarily engaged in the repair and rebuilding of automobile or truck transmissions; such operations shall be assigned to the applicable Automotive Industry Group classification.
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Classification 8397 shall not be used for division of payroll in connection with Classifications 8389, Automobile or Truck Repair Facilities, 8387(1), Automobile or Truck Gasoline Service Stations, or 3828, Automobile or Truck Parts Rebuilding, unless the operation described by Classification 8397 constitutes a separate and distinct enterprise having no connection with the operations covered by Classifications 8389, 8837(1) or 3828.
This classification applies to facilities engaged primarily (over 50%) in the repair of automobile or truck transmissions for customers on a fee basis. Refer to the Automotive Industry Group for a complete list of classifications applicable to automobile or truck service or repair facilities.
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