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Businesses - Let Us Help You
The Business Services Division exists to meet the human resources support needs of the Baltimore City business community and contribute to a thriving economy.
The Employment Life Cycle
The Employment Life Cycle is a human resource management model that identifies stages in employees’ careers to help guide their management and optimize their impact on the business.
Specific employment life cycle models vary, but common stages include: recruitment, training, layoffs, and business planning. Partner with MOED’s Business Services Team to decrease cost and increase effectiveness at every step of the Employment Life Cycle.
Human Resources Support for Businesses
Baltimore area businesses benefit from MOED’s Employ Baltimore strategy that provides services to build and retain a quality workforce, including:
• No cost job posting, outreach & recruitment
• Prescreening & assessment of applicants by a Business Services Representative
• Tax credit information
• Job fairs and on-site recruitment
• Access to Labor Market Information
• Customized training for new employees
Maryland Workforce Exchange (MWE)
The Department of Labor, Licensing & Regulation manages Maryland Workforce Exchange (MWE), an online database designed to match employers with job seekers. Any employer, both local and national, can use the database to place job orders and search for applicants by skill-set or position. MWE provides guidance, training and technical assistance to employers who are seeking to post job openings, identify potential employees, research current and local job market data and effect hiring incentives.
How to Apply
All employers must be registered in Maryland Workforce Exchange to post jobs or use our recruitment services. Once registered, the employer will log in with their created username and password. The employer will click on Manage Jobs, then click on Add a New Job Order and proceed to post their job opportunity. Employers can also submit online Job Posting Applications.
New employers are required to register in Maryland Workforce Exchange. Employers already registered in MWE and have forgotten their log-in information, may contact the assistance center at WeHelp@dllr.state.md.us. You may also view and use the MWE Employer Quick Reference Guide.
YouthWorks is Baltimore City's nationally recognized summer jobs program. It provides an opportunity for Baltimore employers to help shape the future workforce by interviewing and hiring responsible, motivated, and engaged youth and young adults. Job-ready young people are available for summer or year-round positions. We make the paperwork easy by giving employers the option of choosing to make Baltimore City the employer-of-record.
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