Report: WWE Employees Returning To The Office In July
It will coincide with a return to live events and touring
WWE employees have reportedly been told that they will be returning to working in the office from July.
Multiple reports suggest that WWE held a large internal meeting with employees on Wednesday in the wake of mass departures and lay-offs across multiple departments in the promotion, including WWE Studios and in the company's international offices.
PWInsider is reporting that WWE President & Chief Revenue Officer Nick Khan was a part of that meeting, as was CFO Kristen Salen, but WWE Chairman Vince McMahon was not involved.
The major takeaway from the meeting, which was reportedly non-substantial and mainly done as a way to reassure WWE's remaining staff of their respective positions, was that the company will be welcoming employees who are based in Stamford, Connecticut, back to their offices in July.
The company is planning to take their wrestling product back on the road around this time too, with the first show of a 25-date tour confirmed as Friday 16 July.
WWE has given their employees as much flexibility as possible in terms of working from home during the COVID-19 Pandemic, depending on the division they work in. Some departments will return to the office full-time while others will be given the option to rotate between home and the office on different days of the week.