WWE’s New Regime Making Positive Changes For Employees


There’s some good news for WWE employees because the new regime has given them more paid holidays and other benefits that have boosted morale.

World Wrestling Entertainment has gone through a lot of changes since Vince McMahon retired as the WWE Chairman & CEO on July 22nd. Since that happened, Vince’s daughter Stephanie McMahon-Levesque has been the Chairwoman & Co-CEO along with Co-CEO Nick Khan. Meanwhile, Paul “Triple H” Levesque is running WWE Creative and Talent Relations with a new job title of Chief Content Officer.

The new WWE front office has been making several changes to help boost employee morale. According to Fightful Select, it was announced during a staff meeting that the new regime is going to give paid holidays for Veterans Day, Juneteenth, Thanksgiving Eve and a floating holiday that will be added to the 2023 schedule.

That report also noted that it has boosted employee morale. Since WWE runs holiday tours, especially during the Christmas season, the days off vary in some cases. The new regime also informed the staff about a flexible work policy with more details coming soon.

One of the major changes that Triple H has made from a creative standpoint is bringing men’s and women’s WarGames matches to this year’s Survivor Series event in November. In addition to that, those matches will be storyline driven instead of relying on the tired Raw vs. Smackdown format that has taken place at Survivor Series in the past.

Another change from Triple H’s regime was changing the NXT logo to a white/gold/black look while moving away from the more colorful NXT 2.0 graphics that the previous regime put in place over the last year.