Blogger Touts Tesla's Massive Hiring In Germany
Tesla job hiring has reached an all-time high in Germany. As Giga Berlin expands its production and operations in the country, the company requires a huge number of new employees, Eva Fox wrote on the Tesmanian blog.
Photo Insert: Giga Berlin workers celebrate the completion of 1,000 units of the Tesla Model Y.
While the media has alarmed the public with reports of a wave of layoffs at Tesla and the firing of five SpaceX employees critical of CEO Elon Musk, the real order of things demonstrates how much they manipulate their readers' opinions.
After exaggerating some aspects of Tesla CEO Elon Musk's email to employees, the media chose to ignore others, depriving some lines of context, Fox complained.
According to a recent Index Research report, as reported in the German newspaper Welt Am Sonntag, the number of Tesla job offers in Germany has reached an all-time high. According to the data, the company was looking for 1,293 employees across the country in May.
Fox emphasized that this demonstrated Tesla's hiring is not slowing, but rather accelerating. In February and March, Tesla had about 900 job openings, but hundreds more have since been added.
Giga Berlin currently operates two shifts and may add a third shift before the end of the year. Of course, this will necessitate the hiring of thousands of new workers. Jörg Steinbach, Brandenburg's economic minister, stated that Giga Berlin employs 4,500 people. He added that Tesla hires between 500 and 600 people per month.