Tesla Cuts Contractors From California, Nevada Factories: Report

Tesla Inc. axes both contractors at its vehicle assembly plants in Nevada and California that will affect hundreds of workers

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The cancellation of the contract comes in the wake of COVID-19 which forced Tesla to shut down Gigafactories

Tesla Inc. is cutting contractors from its American car and battery plants, CNBC reported on Friday, citing workers and a contract staffing agency. As CNB reports, the electric carmaker is excising contractors at both of its vehicle assembly plants at its car assembly plant outside Reno, Reno, Nevada. The report says that hundreds of workers are affected by the cuts.

“It is with my deepest regret that I should inform you that the shutdown of the Tesla factory has been extended due to the COVID-19 epidemic, and, as a result, Tesla requested to terminate all contract assignments with immediate effect Is, “said the memorandum seen by Balancing, a workforce management company, CNBC.


Tesla’s production and distribution remained largely unaffected in the first quarter of 2020

Balance staffing told workers that they would remain on the agency’s books and could find other work through their business as reported, stating that contractors hired with other temporary agencies received similar notices Were.

Tesla’s production and distribution was largely unaffected by the coronovirus outbreak in the first three months of the year, before it began suspension at its Fremont plant last month.

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Tesla and Balance Staffing did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

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