How redundancy impacts on mental health to be discussed

How redundancy impacts on mental health to be discussed

Redundancy and its affect on peoples mental health will be the focal point for a business webinar t…
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MANAGER: A much better bill of health

There was a bit of a scare with just over 15 minutes left to play at the Abbey Stadium on Saturday afternoon when vice-captain Aaron Hayden tumbled to the floor, bringing physio Ross Goodwin onto the pitch to administer treatment. Manager Chris Beech explained: “Aaron was a little bit dizzy and he was seeing a black spot, so I’m not sure what that was. “It was a hot day where he wasn’t getting what he wants, but you can’t question his commitment. We’ll look after him and make sure he’s good for next Saturday. “To be honest, that’s what we need to do as a group. It’s always a long journey home when you lose so you recover, look at the game, look at the goals we conceded and look at the way we’ve played, and at the chances we created, compared to their chances. “From there we continue to do the things we believe in and we plan our training sessions accordingly. “Last week’s preparation and training was excellent, the best it’s been since I’ve been at Carlisle United, but we need to take that into games and make sure we take our chances when they come.” Also missing was midfielder Dean Furman, who picked up a hamstring niggle during the Oldham away game. “He’s not that far away,” the manager told us. “With a bit of luck he’ll be training on Tuesday. If he is with us we’ll suddenly have a much better bill of health and that in itself encourages training sessions full of commitment and energy. “We want to maintain the positive environment because that will allow the players to feel better about what they’re doing. “Of course confidence can take a hit if results go against you, there’s always that danger, and that’s why we have to continue to do things in the right way. “The travel, the hotel and the way we trained and prepared for Cambridge was all excellent, so it’s about believing in what you’re trying to achieve and making sure you’re ready to do it. That’s what we’ll be doing again this week.” United’s league season kicked off at Cambridge on Saturday, but it was a disappointing end result as the Abbeymen took advantage of two early lapses to give themselves something to defend. Goalkeeper coach Steve Collis spoke to us this week ahead of the league opener at Cambridge on Saturday afternoon. United’s first game of the 20/21 league season is the trip to face Cambridge United at the Abbey Stadium on Saturday. Chris Beech spoke to us about the fixture at his Thursday morning press… Last Saturday’s Oldham game brought disappointment for the Blues as they exited the Carabao Cup at the first stage, with unforced errors largely to blame for what became a tough day. Carlisle United have today snapped up young Preston North End forward Ethan Walker on a season-long loan deal. In order to use the live chat functionality you need to opt into live chat cookies. To do this click on the cookie settings button below. Alternatively, please email ifollow@efl.com – note that live chat is recommended for the quickest response on a matchday.
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‘Outrageous’ – Health chief Jason Leitch apologises over comment over the elderly in care homes

Appearing on BBC Good Morning Scotland, the national clinical director was asked if he was concerne…
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