Monday, October 03, 2005

Lab puts brakes on new hiring

ROGER SNODGRASS,, 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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