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Saturday, October 18, 2008

What is the lab headcount?

Anonymous asked:

What is the current lab head count? (How much) has it dropped since the layoff (through
normal attrition and terminations)

(words in parenthesis added by BLOG master for clarity).

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Go to a Lab pricer to see how many people works at the lab. If you have the lab pricer from previous years, then you can find out.

Anonymous said...

All that info is on the HR website.

Anonymous said...

These last two responses are worthless to those of us who left the lab already. Instead of telling people how to figure it out, please just post the answers.

Anonymous said...

LLNL Population by Workforce Status beginning October 1, 2008 on the HR Website.

Career Indefinite - 5099

Flex Term - 744

Post Doc - 119

Non Career - 442

Total LLNS - 6434

Anonymous said...

LLNL Pop summary

Career = 6596 (FY06)
Career = 6319 (FY07)
Career = 5251 (FY08)
Career = 5099 (FY09)

Non-Career = 787 (FY06)
Non-Career = 712 (FY07)
Non-Career = 508 (FY08)
Non-Career = 442 (FY09)

Post Doc = 137 (FY06)
Post Doc = 139 (FY07)
Post Doc = 131 (FY08)
Post Doc = 119 (FY09)

Term/Flex Term = 1127 (FY06)
Term/Flex Term = 1030 (FY07)
Term/Flex Term = 841 (FY08)
Term/Flex Term = 774 (FY09)

Grand Total = 8646 (FY06)
Grand Total = 8200 (FY07)
Grand Total = 6731 (FY08)
Grand Total = 6434 (FY09)


FY09 - as of 10/1/08

Anonymous said...

From 8646 (FY06) to 6434 (FY09) and, yet, more reductions are still coming.

Heckavajob, NNSA! You've managed to slowly kill off your national labs. The best and the brightest are fleeing in mass. The prestigious names are still up on the wall but anyone who works at these labs knows they are dead or dieing institutions.

Anonymous said...

From 8646 (FY06) to 6434 (FY09) and, yet, more reductions are still coming.

Heckavajob, NNSA! You've managed to slowly kill off your national labs. The best and the brightest are fleeing in mass. The prestigious names are still up on the wall but anyone who works at these labs knows they are dead or dieing institutions.

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