Yusuf Mohamed had been one of two in-house counsel for a Georgia chicken processor for about eight years when—”on a lark,” he said—he submitted an application on LinkedIn for an employment law job he saw.

Mohamed is now in his sixth year at Tesla, the electric car pioneer, where he oversees close to 30 people as deputy general counsel overseeing employment, immigration, environmental health and safety issues, labor relations and internal workplace issues.

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