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Tesla fires hundreds over performance issue

Tesla fires hundreds over performance issue

Despite the mass firings, Tesla is still looking to hire hundreds more workers. The automaker business declined to provide the overall number of its employees who are fired.

A Tesla statement to Mercury News said, "As with any company, especially one of over 33,000 employees, performance reviews also occasionally result in employee departures". Tesla has said it is still growing its workforce worldwide.

Introducing Model 3 model introduced in August, company said y would meet a thousand 500 of orders in September, producing 20 thousand vehicles a month until interval.

The maker of the Model S this week dismissed between 400 and 700 employees, including engineers, managers and factory workers, the San Jose Mercury News reported on October 13, citing unidentified current and former workers.

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Industry analysts now appear to be estimating the company will deliver enough Model 3 electric cars in the remaining three months of the year to get total 2017 production into the mid-thousands, virtually all of them to employees or "friends of Tesla". Tesla claims that these dismissals are based upon performance and include associates, team leaders, and supervisors. Elon Musk prefers to work long hours as he serves as CEO of Tesla and SpaceX simultaneously.

The overall attrition rate of employees will be about the same as past year, the company was quoted as saying. Little did many the employees know that hell would come in the form of a pink slip. Yet, in a report from the Wall Street Journal, it is said that some Model 3 parts are being made by hand by workers at the Fremont facility, thanks to an assembly line that is not yet fully operational.

More than 450,000 people are on the Model 3 waiting list and Tesla is under pressure to deliver having fallen behind its own production targets and making just 260 cars last quarter.

In a recent investor call, Musk said the company is concentrating on production of the Model 3, expecting to eventually build 10,000 cars a week. "A major change in staff - whether dismissal or layoff - is an indication that there is an upper level movement to put the train back on the tracks".