Since it came out in mid-October that Tesla Inc. had fired hundreds of its employees, the company has faced backlash from current and former employees who have raised a range of concerns about the dismissal, including that they were targeted for their pro-union stance and that they weren’t given proper warning before being dismissed.
This, as the electric automaker has also been hit with allegations of discrimination and is slated to appear before the National Labor Relations Board on Nov. 14 in connection to a restrictive confidentiality policy and allegations that it attempted to prohibit employees from discussing union activities.
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