Chante Morris, a woman who worked 14 years as a hairstylist at SAS Institute, says the Cary company’s national reputation as a great place to work belies its true culture, in which some male managers feel safe to harass and intimidate women subordinates, and where as a contract worker she had few protections.
Chante Morris, a woman who worked 14 years as a hairstylist at SAS Institute, says the Cary company’s national reputation as a great place to work belies its true culture, in which some male managers feel safe to harass and intimidate women subordinates, and where as a contract worker she had few protections. Special to the N&O
Chante Morris, a woman who worked 14 years as a hairstylist at SAS Institute, says the Cary company’s national reputation as a great place to work belies its true culture, in which some male managers feel safe to harass and intimidate women subordinates, and where as a contract worker she had few protections. Special to the N&O

Hairstylist's sexual harassment suit challenges SAS's reputation as a great place to work

June 21, 2018 05:27 PM