Being an employer is very hard yet very rewarding. You truly want to provide the best for your employees and take care of them to make the work environment not only a pleasant one, but a safe one too. It is your legal duty to provide both federal and state posters for employees if you have one or more employees. Federal and state laws require you to clearly display employment posters that detail state and federal labor laws. More specifically there are six postings that must appear in every workplace location: Your Osha, Federal, and State Poster(s) must be updated when agencies make any labor law change. If you do not update your employment posters, you are at high risk of receiving a penalty and jeopardizing your business by thousands of dollars. For failing to display the Osha and Cal/Osha poster, you can face up to $8,000.00 in fines, and that is for only one section. Depending on the level of importance, not displaying certain subsections of updated state and federal law poster can result in court actions. In total if labor law posters are not updated, you could be facing up anywhere from $17,000.00-$250,000.00 in fines depending on your state. In addition, you must display a physical poster in an area visited regularly by employees. Sending the poster electronically does not meet posting requirements and you will be at risk for a fine. That said, if you have multiple buildings, and there is not one central location, you must purchase multiple posters to meet the state requirement.