Tesla's HR chief is out after claims of labor violations, backed up by a new report
Tesla has been accused of labor violations in the past, and a new report supports those claims.
Workers at Elon Musk’s sustainable automaker suffered 8.8 injuries per 100 employees in 2015 — 31 percent more than their peers at other factories.
The numbers are even worse for serious injuries at Tesla’s Fremont plant, the focal point of its labor issues. Serious injuries that result in days away from work, restricted duty, or job transfer occurred at that plant at double the industry rate in 2015, with 7.9 per 100 compared to the industry average 3.9.
The report, by the workplace safety organization