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Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Loyalty and layoffs

http://heartmindcode.com/2013/08/16/loyalty-and-layoffs

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

LLNL makes you sign loyalty agreements, but we cannot make them sign one to us.

Anonymous said...

Really, they make you sign a loyalty agreement? Or is this sarcasm?

Anonymous said...

Assume that everything you read on this blog is anti-lab BS, and you'll be right 95% of the time.

This is one of those times.

Anonymous said...

5:47 isn't a Lab employee or he would know that we were told to sign a loyalty agreement in 2005.

Anonymous said...

OK, I'll bite. How about some more details, or a link to it?

Anonymous said...

I think at the time the loyalty oath was called, "a revised code of ethics". Moral relativism aside, I refused to sign it and was told that Nanos was taking names and if I valued my job I should get on board with the former Vice Admiral and his fictional agenda for the Good Ship Lollipop.

Anonymous said...

As I thought. Not a "loyalty agreement" by any normal definition.

Anonymous said...

Did you read it? I did, asshole.

Anonymous said...

That's nice.

Still not a loyalty agreement, as you originally asserted.

Liar.

Anonymous said...

So that wasn't llnl, it was LANL, if it was Nanos. That aside, post the "oath".

Anonymous said...

So back to the 3rd post in this thread:

Assume that everything you read on this blog is anti-lab BS, and you'll be right 95% of the time.

This is one of those times.

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