The legal case brought by prominent social campaigner Sally Rugg against her former employer MP Monique Ryan has captured the public’s attention.
Not only is it a story of a working relationship gone bad, but the legal fall out could have implications for employment law for all Australians.
At the heart of the case is how much overtime, if any, should an employee be expected to work.
Today, federal politics reporter Paul Sakkal and The Age’s chief reporter Chip Le Grand on the workplace drama that has riveted the public.
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