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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Will there be a raise at LANL?

Will the staff raise money at LANL be diverted to pay for WIPP clean up?

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Not likely. LANS is immune from financial responsibility due to the LLC rules. However, the Performance Guarantee clauses in the Prime Contract, that all the parent companies signed, expose them to the fines. Easily verifiable on line.

Anonymous said...

Yep, look at the end of the document carefully. While not a lawyer, it appears that the parent companies have hundreds of millions of dollars each in potential liability exposure.

Thanks to McMillan and Wallace for this gift.

Anonymous said...

No raise. More beatings. Lower morale.

Now get back to work and put in your 110% in support of the current LANS PBIs.

Anonymous said...

Don't expect McMillan, Wallace and the rest of the top managers to skip a raise this year. Just look at all the good news! LANL was not shut down due to the WIPP accident. Ergo, the leadership must have been successful. Time for big bonuses and hefty base raises for those responsible for this unexpected success!!

Anonymous said...

McMillan and Wallace have done a brave and superb job handling the WIPP mess (which, by the way, was not their fault).

They deserve a big raise for their incredible efforts at saving the labs. The rest of the lab whiners with their heavy sense of entitlement and poor work ethics? Not so much.

Anonymous said...

April 3, 2015 at 8:34 PM

Your post is two days late.

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