Part of our job description is training the new employees and making sure they get settled into their new role smoothly. I have been in this role for multiple years now and I’ve evolved how I do things quite a lot. In the start, I would go to the new employee’s desk and help them train from there. This was fine, however I entirely grew to do not like it because most new employees start in a large, respected space with most people else. It’s a good site to begin because you can seek help from those around you. However, the space is entirely cold because whoever is in charge keeps the temperature control settings set to 68 degrees. When people come in at the start of the day, the office is undoubtedly freezing. While training , I would freeze because the temperature was so uncomfortable. It also wasn’t setting a good first impression for our new hires. Now, I bring all new staff to our office which I share with 2 other people. Unlike the immense respected office space, I can control the temperature control in our office and it’s much more comfortable. I would much rather be comfortable in our own space than freezing in someone else’s. I used to do not like training because of the dire temperature difference, but now I entirely care about it. It’s so much easier for me to teach someone about their responsibilities and I can actually show them when we’re at our desk and getting labor done naturally. I’ve also found that the new employees seem happier because they’re not freezing from the moment they start.