Yes, but only if the object’s kinetic energy doesn’t change.
Work Step by Step
If an object is moving in a circle at constant speed, there is a net nonzero force acting on it at all times (the centripetal force, directed toward the center). However, its speed does not change. As seen in equation 6.13, the work-energy theorem, the total work on the object is the change in its kinetic energy. The total work done on the object is zero.