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New Hire Orientation Checklist

Is your new employee orientation as difficult as taxes? Let us help you simplify! Use our “New Hire Orientation Checklist” here.

New Hire Orientation ChecklistAlthough each company has unique training, policies, and procedures outlined, this new hire checklist can help you prioritize and organize your onboarding process for new employees.

New Hire Orientation Checklist:

Workplace Orientation:

­­_____Introduction to co-workers
_____Parking information, if applicable
_____Storage area (for your new hire’s personal belongings)
_____Location of work tools and supplies and acceptable treatment of such items
_____Location of personal protective equipment
_____Location of first aid supplies
_____Tour of work area/facilities (emergency exits, restrooms, snack area, etc.)


Introduction to Company History, Mission, and Values:

_____History and Culture
_____Treatment of co-worker
_____Customer-service philosophy



_____Use of property and keys. (lock-up)
_____ID’s and badges
_____Log-in information/passcodes
_____Fire and emergency procedures
_____Requesting emergency help


Policies and Procedures:

_____Use of telephone
_____Use of internet
_____Use of social media
_____Breaks and lunch periods
_____Schedules/Clocking in and out
_____Payroll (review salary and pay schedule)
_____Reporting of illness or emergencies
_____Vacation policies
_____Incident reporting
_____Environmental responsibilities



_____Employee’s job explanation (responsibilities, workflow, expectations, contacts, assignments, etc.)
_____Workplace safety training
_____Security awareness training
_____Company-required independent study training
_____Healthcare benefits and the Affordable Care Act


Training for Healthcare Professionals:

_____Patient rights
_____Regulatory and compliance training (HIPAA law, JCAHO, OSHA)
_____Continuing education



_____Expected time period to complete each phase of training
_____Probationary period, if applicable
_____Evaluations/development plan (Ongoing assessments and reviews)


Are you utilizing too many resources onboarding your new hires?

Are you spending too much capital on maintenance fees, supplies, or paying personnel to train new employees? Does ongoing training for healthcare providers require a significant amount of travel costs and CEU curriculum fees?

If you’re spending too much money on new hire forms, supplies, or paying for training personnel, consider another method of delivering quality employee training and education, including your compliance training and continuing education content.

Learn more about utilizing a customized learning management system at your facility to save time and money!→

Originally published in 2014.

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