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Miss Narga, a governor at Birmingham Women's Hospital, employs eight carers, who look after five clients.
But a tribunal found in favour of Ms Narga, who says the incident led to work-related stress which forced her to resign, and a compensation deal is being negotiated.
The incident was condemned by the tribunal last week as 'entirely indefensible' and it upheld Miss Narga's claim that she had been sexually harassed.
Miss Narga had accused senior management of failing to take suitable action after the incident.
Ms Narga, who was an executive in charge of 40 staff, managing a seven-figure budget and earning pounds 40,000 a year, was apparently so traumatised by the smack from fellow executive John Greenshaw that she went sick and eventually quit, lodging a complaint for sexual harassment and claiming cash for lost earnings and "injury to feelings".
The woman should either return the favour - by whacking him across the face or reporting it to the authorities which Ms Narga did and which apparently resulted in an apology from Greenshaw.
Miss Narga, a divisional director of the volunteers programme in Birmingham, claimed she was threatened by the Trust's chief executive Tom Shebeeare when she complained.
Miss Narga told how she was slapped on the bottom at a work meeting on July 18 2000 in Manchester by John Greenshaw, a married executive working in the Trust's north east region.
Although Mr Greenshaw is believed to have apologised, Miss Narga is said to have been unhappy with the way her bosses dealt with the matter.
Miss Narga was the trust's only female Asian executive and is expected to make allegations of a 'an old school tie' culture within the trust's management.