I need some suggestions. I am in the process of conducting my first new hire orientation next week. I am debating as to if the orientation should be 2 half days or 1 full day. If I did the 2 half days, the first day would be from 8-1pm and cover all the basics such as infection control, hippa, resident's rights, tour of the facility, and lunch. The second day would be for clinical staff only and cover all nursing paperwork and documentation/CNA duties/equipment/transfers and lifts. (Need help on how to divide teaching when I orient both nursing and CNA's because I will be discussing different areas with both) If I did the one day, I would have the clinical staff stay and conduct that from 1-4pm. I am planning on new hire orientation twice a month. Any advice? Also, any suggestions on a short video regarding LTC and the important role staff plays? I would like to show that at the beginning of the orientation.