Those who can work particularly well under pressure are likely to perform at their best under Elon Musk.
“Diamonds are created by applying pressure, and Elon Musk is a master at shaping diamonds,” Dolly Singh, a former human resources manager at Space X, once told NewsABC.net.
She described the Tesla and Space-X boss as adamant in his work ethic and tough in dealing with his employees. He expects them to work long and hard.
According to Singh, everyone who starts at Musk knows that his life will get complicated from the second. Again and again it is said that Musk is boasting about putting so much pressure on his employees that they feel like they are “staring into an abyss”. The most successful of them use this as an incentive to work even harder.
If it sounds like you want to mix the auto industry with him and reduce their dependence on fossil fuels, you have to prove yourself – especially your ability to really thrive under pressure. The comprehensive interview is the first test that you have to face.
Here are a few interview questions you may need to ask yourself:
13 of the toughest questions you need to face when interviewing Tesla:
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