Elon Musk is eliminating various bans to increase employee motivation, according to emerging internal correspondence.
Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and the richest man in the world , continues to keep his name on the agenda. A recent email leak revealed that Musk supported factory workers listening to music at work.
In an email sent in early October last year, Musk said, “I very much supportthe music in the factory and the small interactions that make the job moreenjoyable.” Afterwards, he made it clear that he supported the small interactions of the employees at the factory, which made the job more enjoyable.
Elon Musk confirms internal internal emails
Elon Musk– after internal rumors about his e-mails – posted a public statement to explain:
I just want to say that I’m very supportive of playing music in the factory and the little interactions that make it more enjoyable. A colleague just sent me a message asking if you could listen to music with a single headset so that the other ear remains open to pay attention to safety issues. That sounds great.
Also, as long as colleagues can resonate, an ambient soundtrack with speakers can also be very good. If you think there are other things that can effectively improve your daily work, please tell me. I hope you look forward to coming to work every day!
Also on October 4th, Elon Musk, who wanted to remind employees who is the boss of this company, sent another email saying:
If I send an email with clear instructions, administrators may have only three options. First, you can send me an email to explain why I’m not correct. Because sometimes I’m completely wrong. Second, if what I’m saying isn’t clear, please ask me more questions about the subject. Third, follow the instructions I said if the first two options are not valid. If the issues I mentioned are not provided, the relevant manager resigns immediately and quits.
Following these developments, Teslaannounced that its delivery volume in the third quarter reached a record high, even though the company’s supply chain was short of chips. It also released its long-awaited “fully autonomous driving” test function. Tesla owners were then allowed to register this advanced driving assistance system and test it on the road.