9 ex-Tesla employees reveal the best parts of working there
- While Tesla is a demanding place to work, there are advantages that come with the fast pace and long hours, former employees have told Business Insider.
- Nine former employees described their favorite parts of working at the electric-car maker.
- Their tenures at Tesla collectively span from 2008 to 2019.
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Tesla, like many companies, is a complex organization and the experiences that employees have there can vary.
But while the electric-car maker is a demanding place to work, there are advantages that come with the fast pace and long hours, former employees have told Business Insider.
Nine former employees who worked at the company between 2008 and 2019 described their favorite parts of their jobs. (Before interviews that covered a broad range of topics, they asked for anonymity due to a fear of reprisal from Tesla.)
Here's what they said.
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Seeing how excited customers were when they received their cars
A collaborative culture
Being able to watch the engineers work
The high standards
How the company adapts and the fast pace
Being able to build things
The level of commitment from coworkers
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