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MOED's Employ Baltimore provides businesses with access to a pipeline of skilled candidates and customized workforce solutions to attract, retain and develop new and current employees.

Welcome to Business Services

EB logoThe Mayor’s Office of Employment  Development (MOED) coordinates and directs workforce development initiatives responsive to the needs of Baltimore City employers and job seekers in order to enhance and promote the local economy. MOED’s vision is that every City resident maximize his/her potential and all employers have the human resources to grow and prosper—creating a workforce system that works.

Employ Baltimore is the business services marketing strategy for MOED. We are a professional business service that provides customized workforce solutions to Baltimore area businesses.

Business Awards for Workforce Development Excellence

The Baltimore Workforce Investment Board (BWIB) is proud to recognize all the companies that were nominated for the 2015 Business Awards for Workforce Development Excellence. The winners were announced at the Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce Annual Breakfast with the Mayor Thursday, September 10, 2015.

Congratulations to all the following businesses (winners in bold; finalists italicized):



Second Chance

Genesis HealthCare

Orlando Products

University of Maryland Medical Center



Archer Western (large company)

Atwater's Bakery (small company)


Second Chance



Horseshoe Casino

Baltimore International Rescue Committee Employment Team



Anderson Automotive

University of Maryland Medical Center

Big Brothers/Big Sisters of the Greater Chesapeake

Blacks in Government/VA

Legg Mason

Click here to read about the eight organizations that were selected from many deserving nominations to win the 2014 awards.

Local Hiring Law

Baltimore City's Local Hiring Law went into effect on December 23, 2013 and requires compliance by vendors, contractors, and sub-contractors who do business with the city.

Local Hiring Law Rules and Regulations

Local Hiring Law Frequently Asked Questions

The Local Hiring Review Committee meets regularly on the last Friday of every other month
at 9:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. at:

Mayor's Office of Employment Development
417 E. Fayette St.
Ste. 468
Baltimore, MD 21202

For more information, contact:

Milena Kornyl, Project Coordinator
3001 E. Madison Street
Baltimore, MD 21205
410.361.9648 (fax)

Employ Baltimore - Ready to Work for You

Baltimore residents are "ready to work for you." Let us help you find the right candidates for your job openings. Employers can submit a Job Posting Application by completing a brief, editable PDF. Once completed, save the file on your machine with a name of your choosing and email it to business@oedworks.com. A Business Services Representative will contact you within one business day. You will need Acrobat Reader to complete the form.

Business & Training Services

  • No cost job posting, outreach & recruitment
  • Prescreening & assessment of applicants
  • Tax credit information
  • Human resources support
  • Job Fairs and on-site recruitment
  • Business Network Forums
  • Digital Learning Labs
  • Customized training for new employees
  • Community hiring project management
  • Access to academic remediation
  • Maryland Business Works grants for incumbent worker skill upgrade training
  • Management of the Baltimore City Residents First Executive Order
  • Linkages to local and State economic development initiatives & resources
  • Professional outplacement services to assist businesses and dislocated workers

Targeted Industry Sectors

  • Bioscience
  • Business Services
  • Computer, Internet & Data Services
  • Construction
  • Health Care and Social Assistance
  • Hospitality & Tourism
  • Port  & Port Related Services

Key Business Partners

  • University of Maryland Medical System
  • Johns Hopkins Hospital
  • Small Business Resource Center
  • Hilton Baltimore Convention Center Hotel
  • Community Colleges and Universities
  • Clark Banks Joint Venture
  • Baltimore Development Corporation
  • Baltimore Workforce Investment Board
  • MD Department of Business and Economic Development

Business Services Contact Information

Rosalind Howard, Manager
3001 E. Madison Street
Baltimore, MD 21205
410.361.9648 (fax)

Partner Resources

City Contracts

Small Business Development

Economic Development


  • Maryland Workforce Exchange       
  • Customized Training - click here for application to send to contact above           
  • U. S. Census Bureau   
    Toll-free jobs line: 1-866-861-2010

Labor Market Info, Unemployment Insurance, Tax Credits


For information about ADA accommodations at one of our facilities, please contact MOED facilities at facilitieshelpdesk@oedworks.com. 
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