Tesla’s top executives are leaving the company. Here’s what we know.

A Texas-based electric vehicle maker has just reportedly lost its top human resources executive. Tesla Inc.’s Senior HR Director Allie Arebalo has left the company, alongside a group of other senior leaders that have recently departed, according to Bloomberg News.

These departures also come about a month after Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced mass layoffs in April, which will impact nearly 14,000 employees worldwide or at least 10% of its global workforce. Bloomberg reports it’s not clear whether Arebalo, who reported directly to Musk, was let go due to the broader job cuts or if she chose to step down from her position. 

Musk has been trying to cut costs at Tesla after vehicle sales declined in recent months and the company faces increasing competition from other EV makers. 

Two anonymous informants familiar with the matter told Bloomberg reporters that Arebalo is no longer with the company as of this week. Other top executives that chose to resign in the last few weeks include Senior Vice President Drew Baglino, Senior Director of the EV maker’s Supercharger business Rebecca Tinucci, and Daniel Ho, head of Tesla’s next generation vehicles program, Reuteurs reports

In a recent email to senior managers, obtained by The Information, Musk outlined plans to lay off hundreds more employees, including plans to dismiss everyone working for Tinucci and Ho, and the roughly 500 employees who work in Tesla’s Supercharger group. This raised concerns over how these cuts will impact partnerships with other EV automakers in the process of adopting Tesla’s charging connectors.

Tesla also submitted WARN letters in three states, where the EV maker plans to eliminate more than 6,300 jobs across Texas, California and New York. Arebalo was one of the most senior women at the company and had been in her role since February of last year, Bloomberg says. She has worked at Tesla for about six years, according to her LinkedIn profile.

MySA reached out to Tesla for comment but did not hear back prior to publication. 

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