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Tesla in Grünheide: 300 employees are to leave

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Tesla in Grünheide: 300 employees are to leave

Dirk Schulze, district manager of IG Metall in Brandenburg, said the newly elected works council had not been informed about the job cuts. He pointed out that in Germany it is legally required to talk to employee representatives about how jobs can be secured. Other local actors are less surprised, such as Sebastian Walter, parliamentary group leader of the Left in Brandenburg. For the former regional manager of the DGB in East Brandenburg, the announcement itself is no surprise; he accuses Tesla and, in particular, company boss Musk of having made plans right from the start that had nothing to do with reality. On the one hand, major goals are being announced, such as increasing production in Grünheide to one million vehicles per year, but on the other hand, the company is already having problems filling positions.

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