Elon Musk allegedly asks Tesla executives who do not execute orders to ‘resign immediately’, according to leaked emails

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  • Tesla CEO Elon Musk has three options for executives if they get a request from him, according to emails received by CNBC.

  • The two leaked emails were sent by Musk to “everyone” at Tesla during the first week of October.

  • The emails discuss how to listen to music at work and what managers should do when given instructions from Musk.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk tells executives who do not execute orders or explain why he is wrong that they will have to “resign immediately”, according to leaked emails received by CNBC.

The two emails were sent by Musk to “everyone” at Tesla during the first week of October. During that time, Tesla announced that it was delivering one record 241,300 vehicles during the third quarter of 2021, and the “Full Self Driving Beta” was launched and later Put on a team for safety reasons. That the company also lost a lawsuit against a former Tesla employee who said he was racistly harassed while working as a temp.

Musk’s first email discusses factory employees listening to music while working. The CEO said he supports “every little touch that makes work more comfortable” and that it was allowed to listen to music as long as employees had one earphone out for safety reasons.

His second email describes the three steps managers need to take when getting directions. Musk tells them to answer and explain why what he said was wrong, as he may occasionally be “plainly wrong”, to ask for clarification, or to carry out the instructions, because “if none of the above becomes done, that leader will be asked to resign immediately. “

Musk did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Insider.

Musk, known for its alternative the company’s communication style, have had emails leaked In the past. The CEO typically takes to Twitter to communicate his thoughts and the latest news affiliated with two of his large companies Tesla and SpaceX.

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