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We are a small business with approximately 120 part time and

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We are a small business with approximately 120 part time and full time employees. One of our stores employs about double the usual workforce in the winter because we are a fast food franchise in a resort area. We are trying to come up with how many people we need to offer health care to re: Obamacare. It's easy to come up with the full timers at our other stores but don't know what the new law says about seasonal fulltime employees. These seasonal employees would work fulltime hours from December through March. Can you advise us on what we are required to do?
Obamacare doesn't require employers to provide health insurance coverage to seasonal employees, definied as those who work 120 days or less a year, so you don't have any obligation to provide these employees with health insurance.
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