USU students win regional HR Games

Teams from the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University returned from this year’s regional HR Games with first and second-place finishes. This is the ninth year in a row Huntsman students have claimed the first-place victory. The regional competition sponsored by the Society for Human Resource Management was held in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Utah State was allotted two teams in the competition because of first-and second-place finishes in the state tournament held earlier this year. Lydia Bushman, captain of the first-place team, says team members wanted to win. “We wanted to say that we are the best at what we do,” she says. The regional HR games is a Jeopardy style competition that tests students on relevant material in areas of human resources, such as strategic management, workforce planning and employment, human resources development, employee and labor relations, total rewards and risk management.

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