Tesla, which is probably a symbol of innovation and smart production for many, treats employees, the collective rights of employees under the law and the laws guaranteeing these rights as arrogantly as Amazon. Read in detail in Elon Musk illegally ‘threatened’ to retaliate against workers and Tesla repeatedly violated labor laws, NLRB says. Also, Tesla refuses to enter into a collective agreement for a plant to be built in Germany, a practice followed by the German car industry for decades. Read the article Tesla is on a collision course with Germany’s biggest union and neither side is likely to back down. Such cases illustrate that technological development or knowledge-intensive production alone is not enough to guarantee humane working conditions.

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