Yes because remember, ANY type of work moves an object of some mass across a distance D by means of a force F. This is the definition of work. Work=force*displacement*costheta, with theta being the angle between force and displacement. Any type of work would cause displacement. If not, then there's no work!
Whenever I think of PV work, I think of a gas in a container with a piston or something, and compression and/or expansion of that gas which may involve a change in volume. The volume of the system in non-PV work would remain constant. When I think of non-PV work, I think of a box sliding down an inclined plane, where the system is the box and the surroundings are everything else. The entire object would be displaced in non-PV work.