Quotes of the day:
All that is gold does not glitter not all those that wander are lost.
Baptism by fire is a phrase commonly used to describe a person or employee who is learning something the hard way through a challenge or difficulty. In many cases, someone who starts a new job must undergo a baptism by fire, meaning they must immediately deal with one or more difficult situations. No one is immune to a baptism of fire, which means new and old employees, members of a company’s management team and others can experience one. The phrase, which has its roots in the Bible, originated in Europe.