Tesla canceled three online recruiting events in China this month after CEO Elon Musk threatened to cut staff at the electric car company.
Recently, the CEO of Tesla Elon Musk threatened to cut staff at electric car company Tesla due to some redundant staff. However, he did not comment specifically on personnel in China, which produces more than half of its electric vehicles and contributes a quarter of its revenue in 2021.

However, late on June 9, Tesla announced on the WeChat application that it had canceled three sales, R&D and supply chain recruitment events on June 16, 23 and 30 for unknown reasons.

The announcement of the recruitment event for the "smart manufacturing" position on June 9 is also not displayed and it is not clear whether the organization is planned or not.

Tesla China continues to accept applications for more than 1,000 positions on social media, such as aerodynamic engineer, supply chain manager, store manager, factory supervisor and worker.

Earlier, Elon Musk said he felt "extremely bad" about the economy in an email seen by Reuters last week. In another email to employees, Musk said Tesla will reduce the number of salaried workers by about 1/10 due to overcrowding in many departments. But he said the number of hourly workers would increase.

Production at Tesla's Shanghai factory is struggling after the city has been locked down for two months to contain Covid-19 since March. Output is expected to fall by more than a third this quarter compared with the previous quarter., higher than Musk's prediction.


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