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Tesla is still recruiting despite Elon Musk telling managers to pause hiring and cut the workforce by 10%

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Musk announced in June Tesla's headcount would increase. Patrick Pleul/Getty Images
Tesla is still recruiting staff despite Elon Musk demanding a worldwide hiring pause and layoffs.
Long-time employees are being let go while the latest recruits share their new roles on LinkedIn.
The company has also laid off workers who only just started and withdrawn job offers.
Tesla is still hiring despite Elon Musk telling executives to stop recruiting worldwide. The electric car maker has been laying off both long-serving employees and some who only just joined after the founder and chief executive...
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