2.18. Interrelationships Among HR Activities

It has become increasingly important for HR practitioners to understand how individual HR programs, processes, policies, and functions interact with each other. Particularly for SPHR candidates, the ability to link together various aspects of best practices and legal requirements from a variety of functional HR areas, along with being able to evaluate the impact of these activities as a whole, is crucial to exam success. The Real World Scenario, "Changing the Compensation Plan," demonstrates how the functions interact.

Probably the best example of the way HR programs and activities connect to each other is the area of talent management. This activity unites the HR functions that build, retain, develop, ...

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