You are on fire. Tesla goes from top managers

Горят на работе. Из Tesla уходят топ-менеджеры

Employees of Tesla, led by Elon Musk are very a lot of work trying to bring production of the car Model 3 to target level.

Chief accountant American Inc. Dave Morton resigned. It is reported by Interfax with reference to press release companies on Friday, September 7.

Morton himself noted that he had no disagreement with management and problems with the financial statements. The reason for his departure was the fact that “the level of public attention to the company, as well as the pace of work in the company” exceeded his expectations.

Dave Morton worked in this position in Tesla less than a month. Previously, he was chief financial officer and Executive Vice President of Seagate that manufactures equipment for data storage.

Also on Friday it became known that the head of HR Tesla Gabriel Toledano no plans to return from vacation. The news that the HR Director, who came to Tesla from game developer Electronic Arts, is on vacation, was confirmed last week.

Media reports that employees of Tesla, led by CEO and founder Elon Musk work a lot lately, trying to get the production car Model 3 to target level, which is expected to allow the company to become profitable.

Tesla employees say that their shift lasts for 8-12 hours, and Musk spends on production almost all the time, and it can often be found sleeping at office Desk or on the floor.

Tesla shares went into decline during the pre-trading on Friday to 8.5%. Last month, the company’s capitalization decreased by 21%.

Earlier it was reported that since the end of the 2017 Tesla from Elon musk, Apple has moved not less than 46 of employees due to higher wages and growth of shares of this company. Programmers, technologists, specialists in the field of security and responsible for the delivery and logistics.

Then Tesla said that in company to work difficult, and she can’t pay employees more, since she has “one hundred times less money than Apple.”

In August it became known that Tesla had a record loss in the second quarter of 2018 in the amount of 717,5 million dollars. This tendency continues for six consecutive quarters.

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