Tesla Faces New Harassment Proceedings
Jul 06,2022 | Chloe Lacour
"Tesla," led by Elon Musk, has filed a new litigation issue with 15 former or active African employees suing the company for facing racial abuse and harassment in the factory. It is developing. Workers regularly received offensive racist remarks and actions from colleagues, managers, and employees in the Human Resources Department, according to a complaint filed in a court in California, USA.
The proceedings, allegedly caused primarily at Tesla's Fremont factory in California, use discriminatory terms such as N-words, "slavery" or "farm", and make sexual statements. The lawsuit alleges that this is also included. He also mentioned that the standard operating procedures of automakers include "open and indiscriminate racism". In addition, some plaintiffs have been assigned to Tesla's most physically demanding posts or have been unfairly forgotten to be promoted.
"Tesla" has not immediately responded to requests for comment from the press on this matter.
"Tesla" has been filed in at least 10 proceedings, including California citizenship groups, for the prevalence of racism and sexual harassment. The company has so far denied fraud and has set policies to prevent and deal with fraud in the workplace, but earlier this month, "Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk and the company's board of directors Has left workers' complaints, and harmful workplace cultures have become commonplace. "