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    Despite sacrificing home life for the last 3 years. If your idea of fun is working for thousands of hours on one part or design or process and then you get to see your "baby" contribute to the EV revolution The culture, the blind focus on largely irrelevant metrics, the lack of organisation, the scarcity of professional management skills and ability, the list really does go on and on. Was this review helpful?

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    The most interesting jobs are in The Netherlands and the US. Fast-paced environment, hard-working team, exciting and interesting job. Overtime work all the time. Managers getting the recognition for your team's success. The car service and delivery of parts need to improve.

    The speed is not on point. The product will be excellent but it has issues. The majority of staff love the cars, the mission and the general modern vibe that the stores and service centres bring. Everyone is on a mission to produce great results. Prepare to literally work yourself to death if you ever become a manager.

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    No one senior with influence ever steps in to apologise for the condition of the product, so the local staff get it in the neck. Moved completely away from a company that does whatever it can to provide excellence to customer to delivering numbers and getting the share price up. The new thread of senior managers, bar one or two, are here on a power trip, not because they are passionate about the brand. And it shows, no one cares about the car, the craftsmanship, the quality - but any mistake will result in being told how much better you could be.

    People generally last 2 years before they jump because you really do have to put Tesla first if you are a manager.

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    If the front line teams walked out, it would cripple the who organisation. You need to remember these are people and not numbers.

    Take look at what really matters and what really counts. Never force employees to do what will mentally not help them. Amazing product and genuinely helping to change the world for the better. Unbelievably bad management, zero organisation, active HR policy to burn through young single people who will work the longest hours, then replace then when they drop.

    Sack the vast majority of senior management, start fresh with a more professional and responsible team. You will not get the chance to learn anything through the training program, in the 2 years I was there I had three training days, most of which were completely unfounded on truth or established practices. Stop selling the dream and create a pathway for a sustainable career.

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    Great culture Wonderful cars Interesting and exciting customers Great people to work alongside. Poor leadership, discrimination, people are promoted due to friendships they have made within managment, forced to work on days off and stay late after work and even work during lunch, 30 minute lunch breaks, lack of organisation, lack of resources, pretty much a circus and vicious circle.

    Start valuing the great employees you have, when they are succeeding praise the wins! Start growing as managers by constantly asking for feedback and don't pressure people. Brand, mission, product, and some awesome team members. My move to Tesla was always intended to be a career move for me. I was incredibly passionate, proud and motivated about going to work for Tesla, its mission, and the exciting professional journey that I hoped lay ahead of me. It is with tangible disappointment that I leave - the experience soured by a culture and business practices poisoned by poor leadership.

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