Apprenticeship rights?

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Answer #1 | 02/01 2014 13:35
Rights lol You're approaching your problem from the wrong direction. You have a job which ,in theory, you wanted at first. So can you fix it so you like it? Chat to your employer and let them know there is a problem and see if it can be fixed. Ask yourself why you are not getting on with the people and can this be fixed? If you decide to move then look for another employer before you leave. However, another employer will want to know why you left as they don't want to take on someone who may also walk out on them. You may have to 'grow a pair' and actually tell the people you work with that you feel you aren't fitting in, but don't know what to do to fix the problem. None of this is easy mate, but all part of being older and starting out in the grown up world. Talk to friends and parents so they know it's a problem. Maybe with support you can bear it and suddenly you will be enjoying it. Remember you are a trainee. Unless you are being bullied (talk to employer) or given work you can't achieve (talk to employer) then you are expected to get on with it and learn. You should have a contract of employment that says who to talk to with a problem. I know it's not what you are looking for, but it's the most honest answer I have. regards, John
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