VOICES FROM THE FUTURE OF WORK

To help industry leaders build a pipeline of diverse talent, Camber is hosting a series of focus groups, “Voices from the Future of Work,”  that captures the perspectives of diverse talent, including Black, Latinx, Asian American and Pacific Islander, LGBTQ+, Native/Indigenous, and People with Disabilities.

The groups engage underrepresented talent of varying backgrounds, experiences, and skillsets in a discussion of the opportunities that lie ahead for building thriving workplaces across the Outdoor Recreation Economy.

Overview
In order to build a pipeline of diverse talent for the Outdoor Recreation Economy, Camber is hosting a series of focus groups that capture the perspectives of diverse talent.

Purpose
The purpose of the “Voices from the Future of Work” focus groups is to:

  • Build understanding of the needs of diverse talent of all ages, experiences, and skillsets amongst hiring companies
  • Develop recruiting, hiring, and retention/advancement strategies that are informed by insights and perspectives of diverse talent that are currently underrepresented in the Outdoor Recreation Economy
  • Strengthen overall DEI strategies and practices for creating inclusive workplaces

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Mid-Level

Voices From the Future of Work - Black Voices

For Black Voices, we spoke to a cross-section of Black job seekers from outside of the Outdoor Recreation Economy to gain their perspectives on what makes a workplace inclusive, equitable, — and attractive to a diversity of talent.

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Voices From the Future of Work - Latinx Voices

For Latinx Voices, we spoke to a cross-section of Latinx job seekers from outside of the Outdoor Recreation Economy to gain their perspectives on what makes a workplace inclusive, equitable, — and attractive to a diversity of talent.

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Mid-Level

Voices From the Future of Work - LGBTQ+ Voices

For LGBTQ+ Voices, we spoke to a cross-section of LGBTQ+ job seekers from outside of the Outdoor Recreation Economy to gain their perspectives on what makes a workplace inclusive, equitable, — and attractive to a diversity of talent.

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