New Research: State of Gender Equity in the Active-Outdoor Industries

Workplace Discrimination and Sexual Harassment in the Active-Outdoor Industries

Camber Outdoors released the most comprehensive report on workplace sexual harassment and discrimination in the active-outdoor industries to date. The report examines the state of gender equity in the active-outdoor industries. In addition to sexual harassment and discrimination, the study will explore: workplace values; leadership and advancement opportunities; balancing family and career; and equity in compensation.

Click HERE to download the full Workplace Discrimination and Sexual Harassment in the Active-Outdoor Industries report.

Workplace Discrimination and Sexual Harassment in the Active-Outdoor Industries
Workplace Discrimination and Sexual Harassment in the Active-Outdoor Industries Research Report

Camber Outdoors partnered with Breakaway Research Group to distribute and conduct the 15-minute online survey with professionals in the Outdoor, Run, Snow, and Bike Industries (active-outdoor industries). Several industry organizations distributed the survey link

to their constituents, subscribers, and event attendees including Bi-
cycle Retailer & Industry News; Interbike, Camber Outdoors; SNEWS; SnowSports Industries America; OIA, and individual companies. The
study did not employ quotas nor were responses weighted to represent
the current composition of any sampled industry.

Group Differences:
To ensure that differences highlighted between
genders or groups are both reliable and substantial, we used a dual cutoff for consideration. All differences noted in this report are statistically significant at a 95 percent confidence level and reflect a difference of at least five percentage points between the two groups.

Grouping of Responses:
Analysis of employee experiences and company practices uses aggregated findings from the top-two boxes of the scale. For example, the percentage of respondents who “somewhat agree” or “strongly agree,” who report experiencing something “often” or “almost always,” and who report that something is a “very important” or “somewhat important.”

Click HERE to download the full Workplace Discrimination and Sexual Harassment in the Active-Outdoor Industries report.

Formerly the Outdoor Industries Women’s Coalition (OIWC)

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