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    Just be careful OP (before moving forward with a formal conversation) that you've got the right mix of understanding/valid complaint v misunderstanding/gossip. If there's definite discrimination by all means take the bull by the horns. However after only 5 weeks in the job being labelled as over reacting to events may work against you.

    Best of luck

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    I would just email them saying "I'm
    Just wondering what's happening with my training? It seems to have stalled, I haven't been trained in anything since XXXX. I'm keen to learn and want to help. Can we schedule training for XX? How about Wednesday morning?"

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