Those who can work particularly well under pressure should achieve top performances under Elon Musk.
“Diamonds are made by the application of pressure, and Elon Musk is a master at shaping diamonds,” Dolly Singh, former HR director at Space X, once told NewsABC.net.
She described the Tesla and Space-X boss as adamant in his work ethic and tough on his employees. He expects long and hard work from them.
According to Singh, anyone who starts at Musk knows that life will become significantly more complicated from the very second. Time and again it is said that Musk brags about putting his employees under so much pressure that they feel like they are “staring into an abyss”. But the most successful among them use this as an incentive to work even harder.
If that sounds like you, you want to stir up the auto industry with him and reduce its dependence on fossil fuels, you have to prove yourself – especially your ability to really thrive under pressure. The comprehensive interview is the first test you have to face.
Here are a few interview questions you may need to ask yourself:
13 of the toughest questions to ask yourself in an interview with Tesla:
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