We all know this is true.
By - DonutCapitalism
I prefer this version.
"So I'm going to teach you the "right" way. And then I'm going to show you the better way. You figure out which you want to do. "
Yup. Literally every job I've ever had.
Who's m.o.d.? Oh then do it like this
Most the time the 'right way' is very impractical.
It also normally lasts more than a few years before falling apart and needing to be redone
Training by a manager vs training by a peer. If there is concern in the organization as to how employees are performing, they need to be more active in the onboarding.
Is this cam?
I always tell new hires, "There's the way they want us to do it, there's the way we want to it but how we actually do it is somewhere in between."
100%, just started training last saterday.
What's this meme/pic from?
Looks like Cam from Modern Family.
James Corden, so maybe Gavin & Stacey?
Correct, Matthew Horne is stood on the right