Another WWE Office Cut Revealed

WWE have let go another member of staff

Ever since WWE’s sale to Endeavor and subsequent merger with UFC to form TKO, the company has seen a large number of firings both on the talent side and the corporate side. With both WWE and UFC having various names in similar roles, not everybody was needed following the merger of the two companies, leading to vast layoffs. 

POST Wrestling and Wrestlenomics have reported of yet another front-office cut from the company following several layoffs earlier this week.

Beth Fisher, WWE’s now former Head Of Corporate Social Responsibility, had her thirteen year spell with WWE ended. In the past, she also served as an office assistant and senior manager in Marketing and Communications. It is noted that a member of Fisher’s team in WWE was also let go. Her team were recently recognised at the Cablefax Faxies Awards by being handed the Corporate Social Responsibility Award. 

Fisher’s LinkedIn has the following, detailing her responsibilities in WWE;

“As the Director of Corporate Social Responsibility at WWE, I lead the company’s social impact and community engagement initiatives, including managing strategic partnerships, overseeing signature programs, and executing global events. With over 13 years of experience in the sports and entertainment industry, I have developed strong skills in event management, public relations, and communications, as well as a passion for making a positive difference in the world. I am proud to be part of the Emerging Leaders Council of Make-A-Wish® Connecticut, where I support the organization’s mission to grant life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. I am also committed to fostering a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion at WWE, where I collaborate with various internal and external stakeholders to advance the company’s values and goals.”

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