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WrestleMania is a professional wrestling event produced annually between mid-March and mid-April by WWE, an American professional wrestling promotion based in Stamford, Connecticut. WWE first produced the event in 1985 and has since produced 36 editions, with the most recent having been held in Orlando, Florida on March 25–26, 2020 (aired April 4–5). WrestleMania, WWE's flagship event, airs on pay-per-view (PPV) and the WWE Network and is the most successful and longest-running professional wrestling event in history. It contributes to the worldwide commercial success of WWE through media, merchandise, and shows. WrestleMania was conceptualized by WWE owner Vince McMahon, while long time WWE ring announcer and Hall of Famer Howard Finkel is credited with devising the name "WrestleMania" in 1984.

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Manager, Development & Acquisitions (Former Employee) says

"WWE is a notorious operation that routinely takes advantage of their hard working and loyal employees. There is no reason to believe your experience will be any different so save yourself some time and find another media company to work for. You will be a lot happier avoiding the dishonest and toxic corporate culture at WWE so regardless of how much of a fan you are, try something else."

Analyst, Financial Planning and Investor Relations (Former Employee) says

"I choose not to comment on my prior work experience as it is personal. In a room with no windows with no instruction whatsoever as to what to do no supplies and no access to other people that might supply materials to help do the job correctly."

Shuttle Driver (Current Employee) says

"Part time job is meant to be part time. Correct? It does not mean 4 days in a month. Who wants to go through a hiring process with 20-25 hrs. promised, to not even working. Waste of gas."

N/A (Former Employee) says

"WWE should be a dream factory. It can be, but those moments are few and far between. Cons: See above"

Creative Director (Current Employee) says

"Management is extremely hierarchical. New ideas are not welcome. Everyone operates in a state of fear, and a reticence to be seen above radar, as the higher you get up the food chain, the closer you are to being fired for not executing only what is decreed."

Travel Coordinator (Former Employee) says

"A lot going on at the same time more office support was needed,"

Programmer (Former Employee) says

"Worked without Benifits, Learnign was fast and good. But not a long lasting project for each and every employee. Didn't receive any geniune feedbacks are appraisals from them. Diapppointed."

Brand Management (Former Employee) says

"For a global entertainment company, WWE sure does operate like an ad agency in the 1950's. Backdoor politics, in-fighting, using bad numbers as metrics of success. Not a place to work unless you want to sweat and bleed to eventually be fired. Most staff I knew were let go. Cons: culture, management, lack of direction"

Project Manager / Brand Management (Former Employee) says

"Very disappointed in the WWE employee culture... Good luck!"

Sr. Help Desk Analyst &System Administrator (Former Employee) says

"pretty much a tough place to work and a ton of work , great name to have on your resume Cons: work you to death"

Account Executive, Integrated Sales (Current Employee) says

"The potential for success is great although management and internal culture, personalities, expectations and execution leave employee morale low."

Media Researcher (Former Employee) says

"For one, the head person in charge of TV is a highly unprofessional jerk who is liked by very few. In my time there i saw multiple management changes and was EXTREMELY underpaid"

Senior Manager, Data Analytics (Current Employee) says

"WWE provides an environment where job security is great, pay is not bad, and benefits are above average. This would be good if you live in the Conneticut area and have a family. Cons: work/life balance, politics, stress"

Digital Manager (Former Employee) says

"La Directora de Mercadotecnia es un dolor de cabeza y el Director de WWE México un incompetente. Cons: Todo"

Project Manager/Scrum Master (Consultant) says

"N/A Cons: none"

Producer (Former Employee) says

"There is no such thing as a typical day at work in WWE. The ever changing, organic nature of story lines makes World Wrestling Entertainment a rich place to work. During my time at WWE I learned many skills in the art of pre/post and live television production. The tight deadlines and long hours made the job difficult but ultimately enjoyable when a project was finished on deadline."

Art Director (Former Employee) says

"A very busy and challenging work environment with a high volume of work. Often times there are projects that allow you to collaborate with other designers to produce great results. One of the more challenging aspects of the job was juggling a multitude of projects at the same time and trying to receive feedback, manage the deadlines, and go through several levels of approvals for all projects. Cons: Little or no breaks, no good food options"

PR-Managerin DACH (Former Employee) says

"Kann ich wirklich niemandem empfehlen. Bin gegen Ende so mies behandelt worden, wie niemals zuvor."

Director, Operations (Former Employee) says

"Recognizable company brand. Looks good on a resume, but not worth it. Don’t be lured in by HR or recruiters. Everyone there is absolutely miserable every day. Reach out to any network to find a former employee and they’ll give you an honest assessment of the environment. Cons: Worklife balance"

Security Officer (Former Employee) says

"Work the evening shift conducting patrols around the studio buildings and interior inspection. Check the alarm, fire and emergency systems throughout the night using a secure-Trax system. Complete hourly reports on any activity throughout the shift. Cons: N/a"

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