When you start a new job, you may be excited about the company and the people you'll get to work with, but there are some unknowns you can't predict. It's up to you to roll with it or get frustrated. Maybe your boss implemented a late or tardy policy that you didn't agree with. Or it could be that you only had 15 minutes to assess a patient and you thought you needed at least 30 minutes. How did you handle it? Being passive in these situations isn't necessarily the best response, but you also don't want to get upset in front of your boss. We recommend a peaceful solution. Calmly offer your stance, but be okay with your boss's reasoning, even if it doesn't make sense. You have to pick your battles. How have you done this in the past?