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Working with the rebotic machines was always fascinating
Answered December 22, 2019
Only after you’ve gone through two performance assessments (14 months at the earliest), and then any raise you may receive is solely dependent on performance metrics compared to your peers.
Answered September 24, 2020
Unfair. Favoritism. No matter how hard you work.
Answered December 26, 2020
Constantly moving
Answered March 20, 2020
Give my employees an hour lunch... can you believe working a 12 hour shift to only get a 30 minute lunch?!
Answered March 23, 2018
I would revamp the hiring process and enforce recruiters coming back to the office instead of working from home. There's next to no communication and insane delays in relaying information. Recruiters are next to impossible to follow up with, via email, call or text. A good example is my own case: I was set up for the wrong drug screen, no one knew until I called nine days later to see what was up, then it took an additional three days to get me the right form for the correct drug screen. Or the online training as an example: I receive a link to access the training, however, the login info was excluded, it took a week to receive that information. I'm going on forty days, which is unusual for industry standards for the type of work I'd be performing.
Answered May 9, 2018
What benefits does Tesla offer?
Asked January 17, 2017
Answered January 17, 2017
At first was told 12 hour shift for 4 days and now have been told 12 hour days for 5-6 days. So basically I'll never see my family or have any time to my self. Just work work work until I drop I guess.
Answered July 14, 2016
Make sure if you don’t have the relevant experience that they place you where you are supposed to go or that administration and management from your warehouse communicate. Otherwise, you waste 2 weeks of amazing training just to be sadly let go 3 months later when employee reviews are done. The pay is amazing at higher level, but you can get there if you work hard regularly.
Answered October 18, 2017
Yes, good dental
Answered December 17, 2020
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