Material Handler/Machine Operator (Ehemaliger Mitarbeiter) – Sparks, NV – 5. Mai 2019
good physical labor with a company that is going to change the world! ability to pick shifts that fit with your lifestyle, and 12 on for 3 days in a row or 4 days in a row give you plenty of time for life outside of work. GREAT management on shift D!
Tesla does not believe in the customer or follow its own mission. It seeks people who are tech and environment driven and managed by people that come from the auto industry and their values are the complete opposite. My advice is to walk into a location and ask employees if they are happy, you will be surprised to hear honest feedback.
Production Associate (Derzeitiger Mitarbeiter) – Clark, NV – 17. Oktober 2019
I have worked multiple departments in my near two years of working at Tesla. Some managers are great, fair, and professional. Some pick favorites and let emotions get in the way of their position as a leader. Some departments are more difficult, some more strict, and some more easy going. It really just depends on where you are put.
All departments I have been in have one thing in common. Very disorganized. Lack of communication between lines and departments is common. Operations change often, and sometimes you are thrown around as they try to find somewhere to put you.
While rules have not been much of an issue for me, I disagree with how strict Tesla's attendance policy is. USA Parkway is quite a drive from most surrounding towns. Car crashes, weather, any sort of traffic can happen, and their point system can cost you up to two points for being tardy, which I find ridiculous given how far out of town Tesla is, and how much it potentially snows in the winter.
Decent pay, great benefits, team building, social.
Long hours, occasional favoritism, far drive, strict attendence policy, long hours.