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- 3.0Nov 11, 2023Senior Data ScientistFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsStamford, CT
I worked for the WWE for almost 5 years. I was let go due to my position not existing after the merger. I'll start by saying, I greatly enjoyed the work I did, the team I was on, and the function I served. - Awesome perks if you're a fan (tickets, behind the scenes exclusives, merch opportunities, and much more) - excellent vacation - my team was filled with excellent and intelligent people - projects through the lens of wrestling kept things fun and interesting - rotated to almost all lines of business, learning about all the different levers that make this incredible product work
- 0 work from home flexibility, senior management even were taking daily attendance like grade school - lower pay than industry standard - CEO doesn't value non revenue generating lines of business (explicitly stated) - Little to no growth opportunities from the entry level - No Data Science post the merger with UFC but that may change again in the future
- 2.0Aug 7, 2023Program CoordinatorFormer Employee, more than 5 yearsStamford, CT
- The Employees of WWE are overall nice people. - Good company for College students to learn and grow within the Sports and Media Business - Never a boring moment at WWE. There is always something to do and from time to time you will meet wrestlers and engage with them. - Nice Benefits and vacation time
- Really Poor Upper Management. - Last-minute decisions are always being made, sometimes making you do your job 2 to 3 times over. - no room for growth - Since Nick Con started working there the energy within the company shifted, not for the better. - the turnover rate with employees is quick. People are always leaving the company and fresh faces appear all the time. Tell's you a lot about the company. - At the end of the WWE they say they care about employees but it doesn't necessarily feel that way. - Employees are overworked, pay increases are minor and work-life balance is not a thing. You have no work-life balance.2
- 1.0Aug 30, 2023ProductionFormer Employee, more than 10 yearsStamford, CT
Some nice people that I enjoyed working with
Absolutely no work life balance your life is give. To the job Extremely too heavy Upper management loaded with people in VP and SVP roles that are redundant especially in the TV studio operation side Road production crew full of people that are just there cause they are massive fans of wrestling vs production
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WWE has an overall rating of 3.7 out of 5, based on over 428 reviews left anonymously by employees. 51% of employees would recommend working at WWE to a friend and 48% have a positive outlook for the business. This rating has decreased by -9% over the last 12 months.
51% of WWE employees would recommend working there to a friend based on Glassdoor reviews. Employees also rated WWE 3.2 out of 5 for work life balance, 3.1 for culture and values and 3.3 for career opportunities.