FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS / Foire aux questions
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YES — As long as the employee became a first-year apprentice for that trade after the agreement between the CISC and the company (SME), it is acceptable that the apprentice was already employed with the same employer.
YES — As long as the employee became a first-year apprenticeafter the agreement between the CISC and the company (SME), it is acceptable that the apprentice was previously an apprentice in a different trade.
YES — As long as the employee was not currently employed by another employer at the time that the small and medium-sized employer hires them, and they still qualify as a first-year apprentice
YES — it is acceptable to hire an apprentice if the employee is registered with a union as an apprentice, whether or not the union is the official employer and paying the apprentice’s salary.
• Small and medium-sized employer (also referred to as SME) means a business establishment with 499 paid employees or less at the time that it receives the funding.
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