Tesla denies reports of the expulsion of employees who chose to stay at home


Tesla denied earlier media reports that it had fired some employees, as the company owned by Elon Musk said it had not expelled employees who chose to stay home during the Corona virus pandemic due to safety concerns at the California auto industry..

According to the site TOI Al-Hindi, the electric car manufacturer said in a post via its blog on the Internet that it had abandoned the attendance policy for several weeks after obtaining approval to reopen the factories and offered the employees “a period of time to stay at home without asking questions.”“.

The Washington Post reported that three workers from Tesla were fired after choosing to stay home from the Fremont plant, California, and the only American automobile factory in Fremont was reopened in May after a public dispute with local authorities over safety measures, and the company said Teslas protection measures met Transcend county, state, and federal guidelines.

The rate of new infections has risen in 37 out of 50 US states in the past 14 days compared to the previous two weeks, according to a Reuters analysis, with the United States reporting 128,706 deaths, nearly a quarter of the global known total, and California increasing by 37% on positive tests, hospital admission rate has risen to 56% over the past two weeks.


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