The fallout from lab director Charlie McMillan’s decision to cut 60 more jobs from the flexible workforce has begun.
Two emails were sent to the Los Alamos Monitor and the author still is employed at the lab and feared retribution if his name was revealed.
The email referred to the cuts of 60 jobs in the flexible workforce of the Los Alamos National Laboratory. And a fair amount of those involve people who are employed by COMPA Industries, Inc.
“LANL handed golden parachutes to hundreds of *their* employees a month ago. They received regular updates and careful treatment. But COMPA employees working right next to them received no-notice terminations. Pow. Gone. COMPA’s methods are simply cruel.”