It's hard for new grads. I've been out of school and at my hospital for two years. They are testing you, to see how you work, your abilities, and your attitude. I had this happen to me as well and once they saw that I would get knee deep in it with them they accepted me. They know I will help at anytime for any task. If they see me changing a patient they will come in and assist or take over so I can get back to charting or whatever. I answer call lights, change patients, assist to bathroom, etc. They know if I ask them to change so and so it's because I am busy not because it's "not my job". So I have an awesome team, not one CNA to complain about but I do watch them with new nurses and I see they are feeling the person out.