August 19, 2022

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Tesla employees report office shortages when returning to work face-to-face

Tesla employees report office shortages when returning to work face-to-face

If you are going to ask your team to return to the workplace, make sure the conditions are in place to receive them. It may seem obvious, but it isn’t. Elon Musk I just realized it.


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After they made clear their position regarding telecommuting and face-to-face work (each worker must spend at least 40 hours a week in the office), some company employees complained about not finding a place to park the car, no work desks and no good internet connection in the office. All this was reported by the site Information Which collected data of various company employees. According to the site, faced with the problem, some managers chose to send their team to continue working from home despite threats from Musk, who declared in early June: “Everyone at Tesla should spend at least 40 hours in the office per week…if someone doesn’t show up. We’ll assume he quit.”

For the executive branch, attendance played a key role in the success Tesla And after years of forced remote work, he has urged his team to return to the habits they had before the pandemic, even though the facilities, at least at the Fremont plant in California, are not ready. From 2019 to date, Tesla’s workforce has increased according to Earth web The company currently has 40% more employees than in 2020.

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