If you are a seasonal employer and you exceed 50 full-time/full-time equivalent employees for 4 months or less (each month does not have to be consecutive) and the only reason you exceed the 50 employee mark is due to the hiring of seasonal employees, then you are NOT considered a "large" employer.
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