The field of warehouse logistics is characterized by high employee turnover due to temporary employment contracts, rotation and the use of temporary staff at peak times. New employees are prepared for and trained in their future tasks under high time pressure. Optimal preparation should take place before they actually start work and should be carried out in a realistic manner. Training with reference books and through courses is often too universal and abstract. Learning directly on the job in the warehouse, on the other hand, interferes with ongoing operations. In reality, warehouse specialists are exposed to too much time pressure, so that qualifying measures are minimized despite the high demand due to fluctuation.