There is a young man I work with who is having trouble learning his job. The other workers are his peers and are pretty brutal to him. Makes me cringe. They make fun of him behind his back, even one of the younger bosses. He knows he is struggling and tends to get mildly defensive. I would like him to succeed. I work with him tonight. Any ideas how to approach him? I would like to give him some responsibility and gently tell him that he should relax and he doesnt have to rush. If it gets busy I will take over so he doesnt panic. I have jad similar problems with jobs and feel deep compassion for him. He doesnt drive because of PTSD. Last time we worked together i gave him $3.00 for a cab. He is from New York and had no clue that cabs here are so cheap. He took the Three bucks but walked home and the girl who saw me do it was quick to tell me he took the money but didnt use it for a cab I dont really care. I feel he was so nervous he probably forgot I gave it to him. But this is an example of how his peers are jumping all over him. Although she meant well telling me (I love the kids I work with). At any rate, suggestions?