That's correct Steve. If you have someone creating menus, ordering ect then yes, they will need a license. They describe it as anyone that uses a PC to do their job and works over 200 hours requires a license.
Originally Posted by Steve21
There are grey areas which is why i always triple check with MS so if they say the don't need a license, then you have proof.
Also when looking for information please bear in mind the EES agreement in the UK is *not* the same as the EES agreement in the US. The US one gives me headaches just thinking about it!
If a student works as a cleaner but doesn't use a computer during their cleaning job you don't need to count them.