HR Mavericks

HR Maverick

Remone Robinson

Remone Robinson

Remone Robinson is a high-achieving Human Resources professional with extensive experience and success in talent management, strategic communication, and regulatory compliance across several industries. He is a motivated self-starter who draws on strategic planning and change management skills to enhance HR policies and operations. He has an extensive background in performance management, training & development, and diversity, equity, inclusion & belonging. Remone earned a Master of Science (MS) degree in Management and Leadership from Western Governors University. His passion and vision for HR led him to become a SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) from SHRM and a Certified Professional in Human Resources® (PHR®) from HRCI.

What words of advice and encouragement would you give to someone just starting out in HR?

For people just starting in HR I want to thank you for choosing the best profession ever! The journey will be challenging, create a roadmap that suits your strengths. Determine if you want to be an HR Specialist or HR Generalist.

HR Encyclopedia articles written by Remone Robinson:

Equity Compensation

Compensation is often a complex and challenging issue for employers. With compensation being the primary reason people work, employers in this competitive job market are trusting HR professionals to attract and retain top talents through a variety of methods. Equity compensation is an effective method that is recommended by HR professionals.

Recruiting Operations

We all know that staffing is a core function of Human Resources. When HR professionals manage recruiting well, we hire the right talent to support our organization. Let's look at how you can make recruiting more efficient and effective.

Equal Pay Act

Numerous statistics show that in 2023, women get paid approximately 25% less for the same work that men do. Even though pay disparity based on sex has decreased since the Equal Pay Act was signed in 1963, there is still a need for organizations to adjust their pay structures. Read on to learn what you need to know about the EPA.

Pay Differentials

Ever wanted to work on a holiday because you'd get paid time and a half? That's a pay differential, and they are effective ways to reward employees. As HR professionals, we are responsible for making strategic recommendations for the most appropriate pay differential techniques.

Quiet Quitting

It seems that every year there is a new challenge for HR professionals to assess and respond to. One of the trends of 2022 was quiet quitting. But why is it called quiet quitting if employees aren’t actually leaving their jobs? Some argue that it's an employee exit plan, while others believe it's a high level of disengagement. Read on to learn more about quiet quitting and how HR professionals can provide support.

Performance Management

Performance management and performance evaluation are often used interchangeably, but they are not the same. Read on to understand the ins and outs of performance management.

Employee Resource Group (ERG)

Employee resource groups (ERG) are an important tool for creating a more inclusive workplace and promoting a sense of belonging for underrepresented employees. Read on to gain a comprehensive understanding of what ERGs are, why they're important and how they can look in different companies.

Mobile Recruiting

With job seekers spending more time on their cell phones than computers, it’s only logical for companies to utilize mobile recruiting strategies to attract new talent. Can mobile recruiting work for you?

Glass Cliff

Have you ever wondered why women are often placed in leadership roles when there is a crisis and why they often fail? It is possible they were on the glass cliff and the odds were stacked against them from the beginning. Read on to learn more about the glass cliff phenomenon and its long-term impacts for employees and organizations.

Pregnancy Discrimination Act

Are you aware that there are laws about how you treat your pregnant employees? The Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978 protects the rights of pregnant employees in the workplace. Read on to learn more.

Pink Collar Jobs

Labeling occupations as pink collar continues to perpetuate gender bias and stereotypes in the workplace. Workplaces are becoming more diverse, and employers should create inclusive cultures to prevent some of the challenges associated with pink collar jobs. Read on to learn more about pink collar jobs and how to avoid bias in your workplace.

Whistleblower Policy

Employees may be hesitant to report misconduct in the workplace due to fear of retaliation. HR professionals are responsible to review and establish a whistleblowing policy within their organizations so employees feel protected when they report illegal and unethical practices.

Wage Theft

We are all aware of the legal and moral implications of not paying employees for the work they have done—yet it still occurs. Understanding the dynamics and impact of wage theft is essential for protecting workers' rights. Let’s look at how HR professionals can support the prevention of wage theft.

Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO)

The top HR executive of a company is typically a Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO). Regardless of the name of their title, their role and responsibilities are the same. Let’s explore the role of a CHRO and discuss the skills and qualifications needed to be successful in this important position.

Virtual Interview

Virtual interviews have become increasingly common due to the convenience and cost-effectiveness they offer. Read on to learn how you can best utilize them.