Tesla's Fremont vehicle assembly plant and Nevada's super battery plant, which have been shut down for more than a month, are now back in operation, and Tesla is recalling employees. Tesla's Fremont assembly plant and Nevada's battery-producing superplant are returning to normal operation from Tesla Human Resources Director Valerie Walkerman (Valerie Workman)'s email to employees.
In an email to employees Wednesday night local time, Mr. Walkman said the two plants were back in operation.
In the e-mail, Valerie Walkerman also said Tesla's regular attendance will resume on Friday, and those who still want to be at home because of the epidemic need to submit the status of written documents to the personnel department, after approval, can continue unpaid leave, unpaid leave lasts until the end of this month.
Foreign media reports show that according to tesla's attendance regulations, those who do not receive unpaid leave without normal attendance, will deduct the corresponding points, late is deducted 1 point, absenteeism is deducted two points, each employee deducts a score of 5 to 6 points, may be dismissed.
Resumption of attendance and recall of employees back to the factory means that Tesla needs to protect the safety of its employees, as Valerie Valkman also mentioned in her email that they will take appropriate health and safety-related precautions, they provide masks for in need, and employees entering the factory also need to carry out body temperature tests.