Tesla is said to adopt arbitration and have its employees sign non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) to avoid courts. Public judgments would force it to present documents that show what is really going on behind the curtains. A good example was an employee survey Tesla had to deliver in the lawsuit Richard J. Tornetta filed against Elon Musk’s $56-billion compensation package. Employees called Musk an “unapproachable tyrant.”

That is just part of what Business Insider obtained from the document. One of the employees said Musk “devalues the contributions of the staff, and may fire them on a whim.” Another one told the researchers that “Elon fired multiple engineers and KUKA at the Gigafactory last year” – the survey was conducted in 2018, so that was probably in 2017. “If that was because of the ego, that needs to change.”

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Telsa Internal Survey Paints Elon Musk As An Unapproachable Tyrant

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