Tesla Fires Hundreds of Employees after Performance Reviews
Tesla has fired hundreds of employees after the company said it was the annual performance evaluation process.
“Like all companies, Tesla conducts an annual performance review, where a manager and an employee discuss the results achieved and how these results can be achieved during the performance period,” said Tesla spokeswoman. “It also includes constructive feedback and the recognition of better achievements with additional awards and prizes, as well as offers in many cases.” As in the case of every company, in particular with more than 33,000 employees, performance audits occasionally lead to the disposal of employees. and employs new staff all over the world. ”
The company does not disclose how many employees are dismissed in the course of the lawsuit, although Mercury News predicts the number of 400 to 700 employees.
Tesla will make a profit in the coming weeks together with several other companies. But for a year, the Tesla shares continued to experience an incredible ride, especially after the last quarterly report. The company stated that the S-model was further increased after Transfer-Event-Model 3, which caused additional enthusiasm for the company.
In this report, Tesla also said that after the transfer event, he saw 1,800 3 times a day. Since then, there have been many new things, including the voluntary reminder of the 11,000 X vehicles of the series yesterday. Earlier this month, Tesla said that 260 models of 3 vehicles were produced in the third quarter. CEO Elon Musk said earlier that the company produced the “hell”, a term that has since been released.
For Model 3, there will be an enormous acceleration phase. Tesla clearly has a tremendous war list for model 3 and said that every week until the end of the year a ride of 5,000 vehicles approach to model 3 and would like to reach 10,000 models in a 3 week clip sometime next year. In this quarter, including model 3, Tesla produced 25,336 vehicles, most of which were S and X. The company also expects to reach 500,000 vehicles per year by the end of 2018.