Something you may encounter as you begin a new job is learning everything you will need to perform your duties. This can sometimes be challenging. You may be asked to not only learn the tasks of the job, but also the organization’s specific tools, software, platforms, policies, company jargon, acronyms, and procedures, as well as fitting into the corporate culture.
Some companies may have dedicated trainers, but most rely on co-workers or managers, who may be good at performing their job, but aren’t necessarily good at teaching it to others. Be prepared to understand your personal learning style to make the best use of your training time. This may save time and frustration for both you and your trainer.