Female employees in a subsidiary of a large, diversified, male-dominated organization had been subjected to a sexually hostile work environment. In spite of a sexual harassment lawsuit against the company which resulted in a $500,000 settlement being awarded to one of the female employees, management had made only superficial efforts to resolve the problem; and sexual harassment continued. Sherry Thompson, a Technician in the Technical Services Department, has indicated to her supervisor, Paul Barker, that she would be off work for an unspecified time for 'stress-related illness due to a sexually hostile work environment'. Barker believes this to be a first step toward another round of 'disparate treatment and sexual harassment' litigation for the company. He is faced with the problem of how to prevent history from repeating itself.