2. The State your business is located in. For instance the State of California has over 27 Notices that you may be required to post!
3.The number of employees on payroll. The moment you hire an employee there are certain posters you must post. The next poster tier is 3 employees, Then 5, then 10, 15, 20, 25 50 and 100. An employer with 5 employees should not be displaying the same posters as a employer with 50 employees yet 90% of the All In One labor law posters produced in the US are for employers with more than 50 employees and the small businesses that don't require these extra posters inadvertently post them and subject themselves to legal issues.
4. INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: Wage Orders, Osha requirements, and certain State and Federal Fair Employment agencies have specific notices for each industry that must be posted. For instance an Insurance Agents office would not require the Hazardous Chemicals Programs a Manufacturing plant would nor would you post a Forklift Poster in a Beauty Salon. Temp agencies, banks, Schools are all different than a general employer.
5. The status of a business as a Federal or State Contractor. If you are a Government contractor you may have to post an additional 7 employee notices above that of a General business.