Applicants report chaos at Tesla
On Kununu, applicants report chaotic conditions and a lack of feedback at the carmaker.
7,000 people are expected to be employed at Tesla in Gründheide in Brandenburg from the summer. Working for one of the most innovative carmakers seems attractive. However, Tesla does not come off well to many applicants on Kununu, a rating platform for employers. They report that they do not receive any feedback even after months, and calls and emails are apparently not responded to. One applicant complains about the lack of appreciation. He writes after a lack of feedback, "Very embarrassing for such an innovative company." Another applicant for a manager position was apparently invited for an interview eight times. Another user writes that he was asked to send appointment suggestions and received no response after his three suggestions.
Apparently, Tesla's HR department's inboxes are overflowing. Employment agencies are also supplying contact details of the long-term unemployed to Elon Musk's start-up. The Frankfurt an der Oder employment agency has forwarded more than 1,000 applicants to Tesla.
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