WWE employees are receiving something very special this holiday season from the new regime.
WWE has undergone significant changes since Vince McMahon announced his retirement from the company. The new regime, which consists of co-CEO’s Stephanie McMahon and Nick Khan, and Chief Content Officer Paul “Triple H” Levesque, have made several changes to boost employee morale.
One of the changes includes giving employees extra time to rest up during the holidays. According to Fightful Select, it was announced during a meeting that all WWE employees would receive additional paid holidays going forward. The report notes that Veterans Day, Juneteenth, Thanksgiving eve, and a floating holiday have all been added to the 2023 schedule.
The report adds that the announcement appeared to have boosted employee morale. The company will likely run holiday tours next year, and the days off would vary. The new regime also briefly addressed an expansion of its flexible work policy. More details are expected to come out shortly.
As noted, Triple H took over the creative process on Raw and SmackDown. During a recent interview he announced that WarGames would return this year at Survivor Series, and brand supremacy wouldn’t factor into the show.
Triple H also seems to be making some changes in NXT with the reveal of a new logo, and reports that TakeOver specials will also be returning.