In light of the recent conversations about gender equity and safe workspaces in cultural resource management and fieldwork-oriented professions, ACRA has developed a survey that asks companies to provide a snapshot of the participation of individuals of all genders in CRM by job function, the availability of harassment training, and policies for reporting and problem resolution more generally. The overall goal is to tie existing information about reported harassment to longer term goals for equity and to emerging policies that help develop inclusive corporate cultures.
Policies are a key framework for implementing change. ACRA will use the data in this survey to inform its future programs and resources for members. The results will also be summarized in a Society for American Archaeology presentation on equity and harassment in workplaces.
This survey has already been sent to members that manage their companies' ACRA accounts, but we would like non-members to have the opportunity to complete it as well. Please take 10 minutes to complete this survey (or send it to someone in your company who can). The survey is meant to be completed by one individual per organization. Any identifying data provided, such as company names or organizational charts, will be kept confidential and will be removed from any survey reports or programs developed by ACRA.
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