Is it just me or is there an issue with many new graduates attitudes and etiquette in the workplace?

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A certain amount of training is required so a new hire can be prepared for the responsibilities their job requires of them, as well as the new expectations of colleagues and supervisors, and a new company culture. This training period might need to be more extensive and rigorous for new graduates, especially those with little previous work experience or lack of diversity on their resume. This is not necessarily a bad thing, as training gives your employee a chance to develop the specific skills (both social and professional) needed to thrive in your workplace. It is great that you aren’t jumping to conclusions and are willing to give your new hires a chance: adjusting to a new job is not easy… especially your first job out of school.

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