WWE Responds To Accusations Of Forcing Staff To Work During Pandemic

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WWE is running live shows during a pandemic. An anonymous employee sent a letter to Orange County begging them to shut down the tapings. Now WWE is responding.

The company sent out a response regarding the recent accusations. They made it clear that the accusations are not true. Employees are aware that they can go to HR and not be fired for being uncomfortable with their surroundings.

“These accusations aren’t true. Employees know they can confidentially go to Human Resources, not the public. Notwithstanding the appropriate protocol, no one would be fired if they were uncomfortable with their surroundings. We’ve made accommodations for individuals upon request.”

Roman Reigns decided not to work WrestleMania 36. Vince McMahon has since sent down orders to not speak The Big Dog’s name on television. Reigns is still employed by WWE and it’s likely that he will get his spot back whenever it’s safe for him to return.

We’ll have to see what happens next in this situation. In the meantime, WWE will continue to run in Florida as an essential business.

What do you think is going on in this situation? Would you work the WWE Performance Center tapings during a pandemic? Sound off in our new and improved comments section!

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