Raising A Stink Over Sweaty Tesla Workshop Got Employee Fired, Court Hears

Peabody, Massachusetts residents will consider themselves lucky if today's high is 46 degrees (5 °C). But March is now. Workers in offices

and workshops around the city will be hoping their air conditioning doesn't break down in five months, when mercury in thermometers

may probably be reading near to triple digits (38 C). When Boston endured four heatwaves in 2021, Benjamin Simon, a 

former regional service manager for Tesla, wasn't fervently hoping the air conditioning would function. He was hoping that the corporation

would pay attention to his requests and actually put a cool air system in place on the factory floor at its Peabody location.