Are you considering working at Tesla? Or maybe you are just an enthusiastic Tesla fan. Either way, it is interesting to know what type of perks Elon Musk offers to those that work at Tesla. Of course, Tesla employees get the honor of working at Tesla. But what perks do Tesla employees get?
With such amazing profit margins and innovative ideas, working at Tesla must earn you a free Tesla, right? Well…not quite.
In this article, we will discuss the perks and benefits that are available to Tesla employees. This includes their health and insurance benefits as well as any exclusive benefits that they may be awarded. Let’s get right into it!
What Perks Do Tesla Employees Get?
This may come as a surprise for some as Tesla is an innovative tech company. However, most of the best benefits that Tesla has to offer actually fall into the health and wellness category.
There are shockingly few tech-related benefits to working for Tesla. Regardless, the Tesla benefits and perks are pretty desirable and working at Tesla could be a great move for you if you’re looking for top-tier benefits.
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Health and Wellness
First and foremost, the health care benefits that Tesla offers are elite. There is coverage for standard healthcare, medications, surgeries, and supplies. There is also paid parental leave for expectant mothers and fathers. Also, Tesla provides an on-site gym and free fitness classes to their employees.
Additionally, Tesla’s disability insurance is top-of-the-line. There are very few companies out there that have disability perks that are as good as Teslas. This is likely due to Tesla’s factory side of operations and a drive to keep their production line safe.
These workers are at risk of injury while working with heavy loads, heavy machinery, and dangerous electrical pieces. Tesla employees who are on long-term disability will earn 60% of their prior salary, while those on short-term disability will earn 66.7% of their salary for up to 17 weeks.
Free Teslas? Not Exactly…
This may come as a surprise, but Elon Musk very famously does not give Tesla vehicles away. At all. To anyone. That’s right! Not even to his family! Also, Tesla does not give employee discounts on their vehicles either.
However, if you are a friend, family member, or employee, you might be able to skip the line and have your fully paid-for Tesla produced quicker than an average customer. This is not entirely confirmed by Tesla though, so don’t count on this when you are purchasing your first Tesla as an employee.
There is a possibility that you may receive a Tesla company car while working for Tesla, but it will not be yours to keep.
Tesla is one of the few companies that offer unlimited vacation days which allows for Tesla employees to take off however much time that they choose to. One might think that a policy like this would be terrible for business, however, Tesla PTO still needs to be approved by supervisors.
This policy actually has great success rates, especially within Tesla’s ranks. Nationwide, this strategy is seeing low rates of employees that are abusing this strategy. Instead, the policy helps make Tesla employees have more pride in their work!
In conclusion, while Tesla may not give out free Teslas to their employees, they do have some great upsides to working with them. It is clear that Tesla takes great pride in keeping its employees satisfied and happy to be working for them.
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