Monday, October 03, 2005

Lab puts brakes on new hiring

ROGER SNODGRASS, roger@lamonitor.com, Monitor Assistant Editor

Los Alamos National Laboratory announced last week that it would take steps to "constrain hiring" in the "near future."

The announcement was made to employees in a memo on Wednesday by laboratory Director Robert Kuckuck, who blamed tight budget projections over the next two years for the new policies.

A laboratory spokesman emphasized the plan was not a freeze.

"This is absolutely not a hiring freeze," said Kevin Roark of the LANL Public Affairs Office, but rather a measured response to the current budget uncertainties.

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