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The workforce cuts are not finished at the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
In a memo sent to all employees, lab director Charlie McMillan said that 80 contractor positions would be eliminated.
In March, 557 employees left the lab as part of a voluntary separation program and the next month, another 60 people were terminated from the flexible workforce.
McMillan has scheduled a meeting for all employees for 2:30 p.m., June 27 to discuss the workforce update.
Here is the memo sent to employees today.
“Over the past several months, we have been engaged in efforts to manage Laboratory costs to live within the current budget and to position the Laboratory to successfully deal with future funding scenarios. With the help of the entire Laboratory, I believe we have been successful in working the myriad budget issues so that we can more confidently face future challenges while delivering on our mission commitments.
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