"Sit next to Nellie" nghĩa là gì?
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"Sit next to Nellie" (cách dùng cũ) ý chỉ muốn học hỏi từ người có kinh nghiệm thì nên ngồi quan sát họ.
#Sitting next to Nellie (or Ned if you prefer) is an alternative training method (phương pháp đào tạo thay thế) some employers use instead.
A common example in the training literature is 'Sitting by Nellie'. This approach (tiếp cận) was given its name because newcomers (người mới) to a task, for example on a production line, were told to 'Sit by Nellie' and learn from her.
Lily Holmes experienced (trải nghiệm) the common pattern of working up the job hierarchy (cấp bậc) through 'sitting by Nellie' when she started at Drivers aged 13. He says come and sit with me, so I sat at the side of his counter, counting hose...
Mr. Matembal understudy (học vai) another person, or a person just to sit next to Nellie, as a cadet (học viên) or whatever they call it is quite unsatisfactory (không thỏa đáng). Many of the officers I have spoken to told me their grievances (phàn nàn).
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