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Nobles County HR Director Sue Luing honored as HR Professional of the Year

Luing has served as Nobles County Human Resources Director and County Deputy Director for more than 30 years.

Sue Luing, Nobles County Human Resources Director, receives the HR Professional of the Year Award from the Minnesota Counties Human Resource Management Association.
Sue Luing, Nobles County Human Resources Director, receives the HR Professional of the Year Award from the Minnesota Counties Human Resource Management Association.
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ST. CLOUD — The Minnesota County Human Resource Management Association named Nobles County Human Resources Director Sue Luing HR Professional of the Year on May 5, during the MCHRMA spring conference.

The award is given to a human resources professional who has distinguished themselves with the work they perform and the example they set within public sector human resource management.

With roles as Nobles County Human Resources Director and County Deputy Director for more than 30 years, Luing has mentored and provided support for county leaders, including multiple county administrators.

Luing’s dedication to the employees in Nobles County is apparent, and she was noted as being, “knowledgeable and professional while making sure Nobles County has an outstanding workforce.”

Her experience with unions and negotiations strategies has proven invaluable to HR professionals in Minnesota, and she has guided many of her peers through tough union conversations.

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Luing is also a leader of the MCHRMA organization, currently serving as its treasurer. The MCHRMA is a voluntary association of the Minnesota county human resource professionals.

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