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Wednesday February 27th, 2013

Wednesday, 27 February 2013 | By Oliver Milman
Hiring an apprentice isn’t always an obvious option for start-ups, which often have odd working hours, loosely defined roles and massive time constraints.

While a certain amount of time and effort is required to recruit and manage an apprentice, the outcome for a young company can be hugely rewarding, particularly when cash is a sore point.

Today, we outline everything you need to know to ensure you hire the right apprentice for your start-up.

Elsewhere, Vicki Crowe explains how to poach an employee from a competitor, and Silicon Valley start-up expert Tyler Crowley has some key tips for Australian start-ups.