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SharePoint Implementation

I am working on implementing Microsoft's SharePoint Service.  The company also subscribes to the Outlook 365 service for email purposes. I am looking for another opinion on where to put part time resources that come and go frequently. We are using AD for who can access the SharePoint Site and using SharePoint Roles (Administrators, Owners, Members and Guests) for the SharePoint Security ....

My question:

The setup I have now is all full time employees are in AD. The part-timers are in O365.  But now I will have a couple of thousand part-timers to enter.
 
Continue with the above model or all in AD?   I have my security groups and distribution groups are in O365.

Thank you for posting your opinion!
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jseg
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Justin SmithSr. System EngineerCommented:
So do you only have one SharePoint site (office 365)?  Or do you have an on-premises site for full time people and part time use office 365?

Do you have a sync set up between AD and 365?  If so, I would use AD groups in SharePoint groups in the 365 site.  Then put full and part time in AD and add/remove them from groups as needed.
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jsegAuthor Commented:
I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

not working on this at the moment
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