January 21, 2022
No, Tesla is not considered a remote-friendly company. Currently, all open roles are tethered to a location. Whilst it may be possible to find some roles allowing work from home, Tesla does not advertise remote roles regularly.
No, Tesla is not the company for you if you are seeking 100% location and time freedom.
Tesla can be considered innovative and isn't concerned with doing things the traditional way. If working on solving big problems is appealing to you, it could be an amazing place to learn and make a difference.
We’ve replaced corporate hierarchy and bureaucratic conventions with open communication and a collaborative working environment. By promoting a safe, innovative and inclusive culture, anyone with the talent, energy and focus to solve hard problems has a seat at the table.
Tesla’s headquarters are in Austin, Tx and this is where the majority of their open roles are located. You can find a job at Tesla in cities all over the world though with their growing sales operations.
Tesla is a large company that hires people in a huge number of job categories so it’s hard to answer for the company as a whole. There are satisfaction surveys that you can refer to that show an almost 50% satisfaction rate with employee pay levels.
Yes, through its Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP), employees can get 15% discounts on Tesla stocks twice a year during predetermined buying periods.
Yes, Tesla offers a number of opportunities to find your community at Tesla with Employee Resource Groups (ERGs). Their ERG network supports a diverse, inclusive workplace.
To accelerate the world's transition to sustainable energy.
Tesla’s headcount was nearing 100,000 at the end of 2021.