Triple H, Stephanie McMahon and Nick Khan Reveal More Positive Changes at WWE HQ Meeting

Triple H, Stephanie McMahon and Nick Khan Reveal More Positive Changes at WWE HQ Meeting


WWE officials reportedly held a meeting with all employees today.

A new report from Fightful Select states that WWE Chairman and Co-CEO Stephanie McMahon, Co-CEO Nick Khan and Chief Content Officer Triple H held the meeting today at company headquarters, announcing more positive changes for employees. .

It was noted that the meeting involved a concentrated effort by the trio and appeared to help boost morale within the company.


Among the announcements were employees who learned that the company will expand its flexible working policy, details of which will be shared shortly.

The flexible work policy was first announced at a virtual “Town Hall” meeting in November 2020. When it was announced that depending on the employee’s role within the company, the policy will allow them to choose to work in the office. or work from home, and would not require the employee to return to the office full-time. This was during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is not yet known what the policy expansion will consist of.

The WWE executives also announced that their paid vacation schedule will be expanded significantly. WWE is now adding Veterans Day, Juneteenth, Thanksgiving Eve and a “floating holiday” to its schedule for 2023.

The current list of paid holidays now looks like this: New Years Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, President’s Day, Memorial Day, Juneteenth, Independence Day (July 3-4), Labor Day, Veteran’s Day, Thanksgiving (November 22-24), Christmas (December 25-29).

It was noted that WWE will still be touring on some of these dates, so some days off for certain employees may vary.

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