Re: Weasle Wording?
This, at first glance, seems to suggest a new licence is required each time an expense claim, by a new employee, is processed - so only one is required per new employee. If, as I suspect, its the other way round - a new licence is required for every time an employee submits a new expense claim - then I'm lost for words!
You only need be lost for words because the article is pretty much bunkum and so is what the quoted DEFRA spokesman said.
They will licence at so much for every 100,000 expense claims per year (whoever made them), or some such bulk transaction figure. Only a few items are licensed on this per transaction mechanism. Pay once every 100,000 (or whatever)
They will also licence each employee per head, one-off for HR. Do it once, dont need to do it again, ever.
To add the 100,000 transaction licenses to the employee count for HR makes no sense, its like adding up how many gallons of petrol you buy in a year, how many seats your car has, and then deciding your car uses that number of seats every year.