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(From Newcastle Evening Chronicle)
WORKERS face the sack if they admit to feeling stressed or depressed, according to an "alarming" report. A survey of more than 2,000 adults for Mind found work was the biggest stress in most people's lives, but one in five believed they would be in line for redundancy if they mentioned they had a problem. The mental health charity said its study found that two out of three workers had been put under more pressure by managers since the economic downturn and a third felt stressed by budget cuts in their workplace.
Half of those questioned were too scared to take time off sick and most believed their boss would not offer to help them …