Provide real time on the job training, not just online. Consider apprenticeship or mentor ship for all locations and levels; Make reference materials easy to locate and maintain them in one location, not several. Hold meetings; Talk with your teams more about what is actually happening and why; Give guidance when needed; Communicate clearly with all; Send an email to all at a location when new people start, leave or have a new position; Tell staff when visitors are present and why; allow all interested to attend scheduled meetings to learn more, collaborate, brainstorm and build relationships; Communicate clearly, openly, honestly and all over to ensure employees are aware of current status, expectations, future vision; Celebrate and communicate positive things when they occur; Provide valid feedback; Have peer reviews and reviews from subordinate employees for managerial positions to truly learn which ones are successful and those that are not
FYI, I do not work for Tesla at this time but, if you’re looking to get into the automotive industry you will make a great living. You will work more hours but, for those with a good work ethic in most cases I believe you will get more than you put in.
They DON'T if you're hired through a TEMP agency. They DO if you're a DIRECT hire. My husband took his test today after they offered him a Direct hire pisition for Production. I was hired through Nelson Staffing; NO drug test.
If you're hired through Tesla, they will send you a link to an online drug screen registration, and when that's done youll get another email from there 'drug testing' vendor. You're gonna have to search for the nearest Lab Corp facility on google .