Federal, state, and local laws require employers to post certain labor law posters for employees to view. Choosing not to post required labor law posters is not only violating the law but is a costly mistake. For example, a company that is required to post the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) poster and does not do so can be fined up to $13,260. State agencies can impose fines, too. Posting the required labor law posters reminds your employees of the need to uphold the law and can protect them from discrimination, harassment, physical injuries, and other unfair or harmful labor practices.