Baltimore County will hold a webinar today at 1:00 pm to help businesses and workers displaced by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Baltimore County’s workforce development team is hosting a free webinar today, Monday, June 8, to help connect job seekers with local employers that are currently filling open positions in a variety of industries.
“Who’s Hiring Now” is the third session in the “Baltimore County Business Forum—COVID-19 and Beyond” webinar series. Baltimore County Director of Economic and Workforce Development (DEWD) Director Will Anderson will moderate this 60-minute session, which offers job seekers timely and tangible information on current job openings and guidance on how to shine in online applications and remote job interviews.
Panelists include hiring managers from Baltimore County’s manufacturing and healthcare sectors, and talent recruiters and workforce development professionals from government and private industry.
“The ongoing pandemic crisis has caused immediate and longer-term shifts in our economy, and we want to help people find good jobs while also helping our businesses fill the positions they need to serve their customers and remain competitive in this challenging business environment,” said County Executive Johnny Olszewski, who will participate in today’s webinar.
According to a County press release:
The webinar will be presented live via Cisco Webex on Monday, June 8, at 1 p.m., and webinar access information is posted on the County website at baltimorecountybusiness.com. Recorded video of the completed webinar will be posted there shortly afterwards. People are invited to submit questions during the webinar via the live Webex questions feature, or in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Matt Ayers, RN, PHR, Director of Talent Acquisition at GBMC Healthcare
- Roseanne Fish, Regional Business Solutions Consultant at Maryland Department of Labor
- Edna Manuud, Americas Talent Acquisition Director at McCormick & Company
- Leighton McPhaull, Talent Management Coordinator at Baltimore County Department of Economic and Workforce Development
- Kenya Taylor, Owner of Express Employment Professionals
The Baltimore County DEWD provides a comprehensive listing of resources and assistance available to help affected individuals and businesses. This information is available on the Department’s website.