1. Tesla Says Black People Hold Just 4% of its U.S. Leadership Roles

    Tesla Says Black People Hold Just 4% of its U.S. Leadership Roles

    (Reuters) - Black employees make up just 4% of Tesla Inc's American leadership roles and 10% of its total workforce in the country, the electric carmaker has disclosed in its first U.S. diversity report. Women comprise 17% of the company's U.S. leadership roles - directors and vice presidents - and 21% of the overall workforce, according to the report. The figures for Asian, Black and Hispanic people combined are 33% and 60%...

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    1. We know that our numbers do not represent the deep talent pools of Black and African American talent that exist in the U.S at every level – from high-school graduates to professionals.
    2. While women are historically underrepresented in the tech and automotive industries, we recognize we have work to do in this area.
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