I've been charging my Model S at work (with permission of the company's President) since mid-March when I got the car, but am starting to hear through the grapevine of some disgruntled employees that aren't happy with this situation. "The company doesn't buy gas for my car" and comments about favoritism (I'm in senior management) seem to be the most common threads. Even a little "passive-aggressive" behavior like using a fleet vehicle to block the charger. Interestingly, we are an electric utility actively involved in promoting EVs. I guess I can see how employees might feel that I am getting some sort of "deal" or preferential treatment... until recently, employees were made to pay into a pool for the coffeemaker! For the optics of the situation, I have backed away from workplace charging unless I'm in a pinch. Curious to know if others who charge their EVs at work have run in to situations like this, and what kinds of policies might exist exist. Do employers charge for the use or electricity of workplace chargers?