Tesla printed its first-ever range report on Friday, which reveals the automaker’s US management is 83 % male, and 59 % white. The Range, Fairness and Inclusion Influence report reveals that males characterize 79 % of Tesla’s workforce, and ladies 21 %.
“Whereas girls are traditionally underrepresented within the tech and automotive industries, we acknowledge we have now work to do on this space,” the report states. “Rising girls’s illustration in any respect ranges, particularly in management, is a prime precedence in 2021.”
The corporate additionally acknowledges within the report that Black staff are underrepresented— solely 10 % of the workforce and 4 % of management at Tesla are Black or African-American. “We all know that our numbers don’t characterize the deep expertise swimming pools of Black and African American expertise that exist within the US at each stage,” the report states.
The corporate says Black and African-American staff made up 12 % of recent hires on the firm in 2020, which is a 9 % enhance from 2019. It plans to conduct extra recruitment at traditionally Black schools and universities (HBCUs) and supply its managers and recruiters with unconscious bias coaching, in line with the report.
Asian staff make up 21 % of Tesla’s workforce and 25 % of firm management, and Hispanic or Latino/Latina staff characterize 22 % of its whole workforce, however solely 4 % of management.
Tesla’s report is considerably incomplete, nevertheless; it doesn’t element attrition or retention charges on the firm, or present particulars about what number of of its staff determine as non-binary or gender nonconforming, or, what number of determine as having a incapacity.