WWE has appointed a new Chief HR Officer for WWE employees who haven't been fired

WWE has appointed a new Chief HR Officer for WWE employees who haven't been fired

Despite their best efforts, WWE still employs a number of wrestlers and backstage employees, which means they need someone to lead the Human Resources division. To this end, the company has announced that it has hired Suzette Ramirez-Carr to lead the Chief Human Resources Officer, reporting directly to Vince McMahon.

From the press release:

Suzette Ramirez-Carr has been named Chief Human Resources Officer by WWE, according to Chairman & CEO Vince McMahon.

Ramirez-Carr has over three decades of executive experience in WWE, including senior positions with the United Talent Agency (UTA), Beautycounter, and Oaktree Capital Management. During her tenure, she led the Human Resources, DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion), as well as Facilities and Internal Communications.

Ramirez-Carr''s role as Chief Human Resources Officer will include talent acquisition, employee experience, development and engagement, and HR Operations and training.

She is a graduate of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and the University of California, Irvine.

"It is a pleasure to work with the exceptional team in place to build and support its world-class employee base," said Ramirez-Carr.

"The people who work at WWE are our greatest asset, and Suzette''s dedication as a business partner and leader will be invaluable for the organization," Vince McMahon said. "At least until I can fire the rest of those sons of bitches," he said.

Since Nick Khan''s departure, wrestling is aimed at putting off as many individuals as possible before making quarterly earnings reports so that the company may make a significant profit. However, WWE hasn''t yet found a way to produce wrestling shows without any wrestlers, but they''re attempting their greatest to do so and we''re confident that one day they''ll achieve the dream.

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