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How do the major activities and systems of Human Resource workers (e.g., Strategic HR, Selection, Recruitment, Retention, Training, Performance Appraisals, Compensation, Benefits, Risk Management and Union/Management Relations) intersect with the major business systems of organizations (Marketing, Management, Accounting, Economics, Legal, Information Systems, International Business, the Quantitative areas, and the Finance area)? Do they cross paths? How? Are Human Resource workers informed about other areas of the business? Cite the opinions of some experts (journals, etc.) who talk about the issue of how Human Resource can be better integrated with the other actual business areas of an organization

How do the major activities and systems of Human Resource workers (e.g., Strategic HR, Selection, Recruitment, Retention, Training, Performance Appraisals, Compensation, Benefits, Risk Management and Union/Management Relations) intersect with the major business systems of organizations (Marketing, Management, Accounting, Economics, Legal, Information Systems, International Business, the Quantitative areas, and the Finance area)? Do they cross paths? How? Are Human Resource workers informed about other areas of the business? Cite the opinions of some experts (journals, etc.) who talk about the issue of how Human Resource can be better integrated with the other actual business areas of an organization

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