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I have been working at World Wrestling Entertainment full-time (Less than a year)
Quality of hire is important. The interview process may be long, but there's a reason. They truly value the quality of the hire. To work in this environment you have to love your job. You have to want to work longer hours getting out at normal hours in not always an option. Every position is valued at this company, that's is why the interview process is very serious.
You won't be rewarded for the great job you do. But it will be appreciated regardless of if your praised for it or not. If you have good work ethic and care about your job. You will succeed here.
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Every business has its flaws, and they are working on there's everyday.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Declined OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at World Wrestling Entertainment (Stamford, CT) in April 2015.
Getting an interview with WWE was a positive in my eyes. It means that my experience level drew their attention. We set up the phone interview for same day as email requesting to interview me. Unfortunately, I was interviewed by a graduates degree level intern for the company. I don't think this is fair, as this individual would be gone for my summer internship.
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Reasons for Declining
I received a better offer in NYC
WWE is a publicly traded (NYSE: WWE), integrated media organization and recognized leader in global entertainment with more than 700 employees whose mission is to put smiles on people’s faces. WWE’s PG, family-friendly programming is broadcast in more than 170 countries and 35 languages and reaches more than 650 million homes worldwide. WWE’s operations are organized around ...
Mission: To put smiles on people’s faces.