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Too many people seem content to not take annual leave. As the Wall Street Journal points out, some employers are combatting this with incentives, But you don’t need to wait for your employer to offer one to give yourself incentive to go.
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Consumer regulator the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is sometimes criticised for not doing more to ensure petrol pricing is fair and competitive. That situation appears to have reversed dramatically today, with the ACCC taking Woolworths, Coles, 7-Eleven, BP and Caltex to court over allegations of “price sharing” that has reduced competition in the petrol market.