Black employees make up just 4% of Tesla Inc's American leadership roles and 10% of its total workforce in the country, the electric carmaker has disclosed in its first U.S. diversity report. Women comprise 17% of the company's U.S. leadership roles - directors and vice presidents - and 21% of the overall workforce, according to the report. The figures for Asian, Black and Hispanic people combined are 33% and 60%. The carmaker noted, though, that leadership roles were a "very small cohort", or less than 0.4%, of its workforce. Elon Musk's Tesla, whose meteoric rise has seen it become the most valuable auto company in the world and worth about $550 billion, acknowledged the lack of representation. "We know that our numbers do not represent the deep talent pools of Black and African American talent that exist in the U.S at every level,
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