In an email sent to his executives in recent days, Elon Musk says he wants to take a break from recruiting at Tesla around the world.
The CEO of Tesla indicated in an email sent to his executives at the end of last week, to want to take a break in recruitment everywhere in the world. Tesla should thus reduce its workforce by around 10% (the manufacturer of high-end electric vehicles currently employs around 100,000 people worldwide), due to the poor economic outlook, Elon Musk said in his email.
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A message in which the founder of SpaceX says he has “a very bad feelingon the outlook for the economy. If demand for vehicles shows no signs of slowing, the disclosure of Elon Musk’s email has made Tesla share price plunges nearly 3%faced with production difficulties linked in particular to the measures introduced in China to curb the spread of Covid-19.