Is it really so, always? In every private organization, employees have accountabilities and one has to take some other responsibilities also along with their domain of expertise. The pressure builds up because the management is concerned about increasing the profits of the organization and the employees need to work diligently according to the expectation of the management. In many organizations, the trainees are unnecessarily pressurized by the seniors because the seniors know the trainees cannot say much during the training period since their performance or acceptability as a permanent employee in the organization will be evaluated by the seniors only during the appraisal. At times, the seniors relax and give their own workload to the trainees. If the environment is not suitable enough, it becomes difficult to work but that also makes the trainee tough mentally. If it is possible self-learning can be tried out. Another thing can be to openly discuss with the HR manager about the difficulties they are facing. At times, noncooperation occurs because the seniors themselves were not entertained much during their training period and they feel since they learned most of the things out of their own the juniors will also follow the same way. Most of the organizations follow a hierarchical system and new employees/trainees may talk to their higher ranks to address the issues. It may also happen that the new employee/trainee has a particular issue that needs to be addressed and talking to the management about the problems faced by the employee may be the best way.
"Life is easier when you enjoy what you do"