TeslA employees Are giving The company lower scores at LinkedIn & Glassdoor, & some say there’s A hole at senior leadershipBusiness Insider #It_IndicatesJune 12, 2019
Tesla’s rankings at two high-profile job websites have declined, suggesting that job dissatisfaction at the electric car company is intensifying amid layoffs, strategy shifts and executive turnover.
The average rating of the nearly 1 million employers reviewed on the site is 3.4.
Tesla’s “recommend to a friend” rating fell to 49% in the first quarter from a high of 71% two years prior, the Glassdoor data showed.
Similarly, Glassdoor ratings for culture and values, career opportunities, senior leadership and six-month positive business outlook all fell.
Told of the rankings, a Tesla spokeswoman said the company remains a highly sought after employer.
Tesla also made Forbes list of “Most Innovative Companies” last year.
Tesla lost $700 million in the first quarter and saw a drop in vehicle deliveries, raising concerns about consumer demand and shipping logistics.
Among recent executive departures, Tesla’s chief financial officer retired in January and the company’s top lawyer left in February after two months on the job.
Tesla announced it would lay off another 7% of its workforce in January.
Tesla has 1,100 jobs posted on its website, down from 2,510 in January, according to statistics provided by job-post scraping site Thinknum.
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