Baltimore County's Workforce Development System can help. Our Business Services team offers professional assistance with your Human Resources and workforce needs. As a benefit to the Baltimore County business community, there are no fees for the services provided.
Assistance for Recruiting a Skilled Workforce
Assistance for Workplace Training & Education
Assistance for Business Downsizing
Recruiting can be a costly and time-consuming endeavor for businesses of any size. Workforce Development works with a candidate pool that ranges from skilled laborers to executive managers. Let Workforce Development save you time and money by matching your employment needs with qualified employees. Services are individualized according to the business' needs, and can range from job postings to customized recruitments that may include advertising, administrative support, résumé screening, pre-screening of prospective job applicants, basic skills assessment, and coordinated employment events. For a copy of our job posting application or to discuss your recruitment needs, e-mail your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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We promote the concept of lifelong learning and continuous career development. Given today's tight labor market, workplace training is critical to continued success and is a valuable retention tool. Many businesses have unique hiring needs that make it difficult to identify qualified job candidates. In many instances, BCOWD invests funds to offset the extraordinary costs of training new employees. Training projects for existing workers are funded based on funding availability, and the type of training and its impact on the business' competitive position, productivity, market share and profit.
We fund to provide job seekers with training opportunities in fields relevant to today's job market. We also provides ancillary services that are designed to provide assessment of skills and career guidance for job seekers. Promote your company's internship and on-the-job training opportunities at our workforce development resource centers. Our candidates have transferable skills for your industry and will prove to be an asset to your company. For workplace training and education assistance, you may e-mail your request to email@example.com.
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Downsizing your workforce is an unfortunate situation for both the business and the affected employees. We have implemented systems to effectively assist businesses, while creating a more immediate connection to our services for the dislocated workers. As a key partner on the Maryland Dislocated Worker Unit Rapid Response Team, Baltimore County businesses and affected employees have an excellent resource to provide valuable information about transition, training and reemployment services of which they are typically unaware.
Our Services are customized according to both the business' and employees needs and may include:
If you are a Baltimore County business in need of outplacement assistance, e-mail your request to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Scott Wallace of the Maryland Dislocation Services Unit at swallace.dllr.state.md.us.
Contact Carol Brooks, Business Services Manager at 410-887-3501 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Revised March 13, 2011