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Sabre Holdings

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Consumer Services
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Estimated 2008 revenue is 3 billion (USD). Estimated 2008 workforce: 9000. Located in TX

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Go to thread Anonymous8323, Wednesday 04/23/14 00:24:56 UTC

How many shares are being awarded to each of the rank and file employees?

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Go to thread Anonymous8092, Thursday 04/17/14 12:32:17 UTC

Sabre to go public today

http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424052702304810904579506260095764976
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Go to thread HDQ (SVP), Wednesday 04/16/14 23:04:26 UTC

http://www.retailroadshow.com/shows/SABR100u_rr/DKN82UU/prosp.pdf

Clear link
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Go to thread HDQ (SVP), Wednesday 04/16/14 23:03:14 UTC

Sabre IPO

Interesting document, worth read it. http://www.retailroadshow.com/shows/SABR100u_rr/DKN82UU/prosp.pdf Mr. Klein . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $784,778(1) $682,757 87% Mr. Simonson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $387,692(2) $337,292 87% Mr. Sparks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $480,000 $148,800 31% Ms. Kerr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $323,077(2) $281,077 87%
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Go to thread Anonymous7662, Wednesday 04/09/14 03:05:50 UTC

Skift on the IPO and more on expedia / tvty agreement latest news

skift.com/tag/travelocity/
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Go to thread Anonymous7085, Thursday 03/27/14 00:30:01 UTC

OBOXSOLUTIONS is hiring TPF Developers. Please send your Resumes to recruiting@oboxsolutions.com

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Go to thread Anonymous6647, Tuesday 03/18/14 11:21:18 UTC

The Real Deal Robert Wiseman goes to Angie's List

Read all about it here: http://investor.angieslist.com/releasedetail.cfm?ReleaseID=831661
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Go to thread Anonymous6494, Friday 03/14/14 21:42:06 UTC

Sabre: Managers cannot be used as a reference.

I have found out that Sabre has sent out specific instructions to all the managers of laid off employees, that they are not allowed to give a reference for the employee even if they would really like to. How do you like them apples?
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Go to thread Anonymous6452, Friday 03/14/14 00:32:22 UTC

Vcp

Any news on VIP for those laid off in jan/feb?
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Go to thread Anonymous6395, Wednesday 03/12/14 20:53:48 UTC

March 12th.

Have anyone heard anything? It was mentioned in other posts that today something will happen.
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Go to thread Anonymous5957, Wednesday 03/05/14 15:47:42 UTC

Stupid rumours? ?

All of the so called stupid rumours have in fact been real facts! Where do they come from? Leaked from the top of course. From managers and directors.
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Go to thread Anonymous5954, Wednesday 03/05/14 15:16:08 UTC

KRK nothing happened today!

So please no more stupid rumors. Planned cuts are over for now. There might be few layoffs here and there but nothing out of ordinary. I've been with the company for 5 years and many times I've seen people lfired. Nobody went panic because of them. Business as usual for now
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Go to thread Former Sabre employee, Thursday 02/27/14 17:53:55 UTC

This may be a great new opportunity for ex-Sabre employees

Concur is a great travel and expense company that is growing here in the Dallas area. Concur is looking for .Net and C# expertise with Travel knowledge. Checkout their openings at www.concur.com. best of luck!
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Go to thread Anonymous5184, Tuesday 02/25/14 02:23:32 UTC

Any news about the 5th of march?

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Go to thread Anonymous5063 (TD), Monday 02/24/14 11:20:21 UTC

KRK: BA gone last week

Our BA was laid off last week in KRK (TND).
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Go to thread Anonymous4994, Saturday 02/22/14 23:15:47 UTC

Severance Check

Your severance check should be more than your normal pay check, because there are no deductions for medical, dental life, vision or 401K.
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Go to thread Anonymous4963, Saturday 02/22/14 08:10:29 UTC

Severance is about $200 less than normal.

What I meant was that my severance pay was a couple of hundred dollars less than my normal pay. Was wondering why it would be.
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Go to thread Anonymous4962, Saturday 02/22/14 08:08:36 UTC

Severance?

I received my first severance pay today, which I thought was supposed to be for a period of 2 weeks like my normal pay. (I'm eligible for several weeks.) Anybody know of a reason it would be less?
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Go to thread Anonymous4939, Saturday 02/22/14 02:59:56 UTC

Lay offs not over whatever your team lead or management say!

From the very same leader who said not to worry I receive the call a month later!
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Go to thread Anonymous4889, Friday 02/21/14 13:35:21 UTC

where is "nope-it-all" now?

guess your info wasn't correct , unfortunately.....
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Go to thread Anonymous4884, Friday 02/21/14 07:35:46 UTC

Three person layed off in Krakow after DPM - Service Engine Team!

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Go to thread ZA Girl (OPS), Friday 02/21/14 02:32:11 UTC

Layoffs for people with partially succesful DPM, has started in MVD.-Included Senior Employees.

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Go to thread nope, Thursday 02/20/14 20:46:46 UTC

nothing is going to happen in March, KRK or elsewhere, HR or elsewhere

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Go to thread Anonymous4820, Thursday 02/20/14 19:29:11 UTC

Technology should be safe for now- at least in KRK

Technology should be safe for now- at least in KRK. A few reasons for that: - Most of the teams have heard from their group leaders layoffs were over for their group. They wouldn't have said that, had it been the other way - New job postings have appeared recently in KRK - The company already hired some people from January - The argument that they would want to break the riff down to two or more parts for formal reasons doesn't make sense; what we saw in January was a group layoff, according to Polish law. We picked our representatives who were aware of the process. No reason to break it down and cause more PR harm. IMO- the ones who might be hit in March are corporate people, including HR.
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Go to thread Anonymous4565, Friday 02/14/14 15:08:14 UTC

Further layoffs

It makes sense to let employees go in phases to circumvent various regulations connected to group layoffs. Moreover, the execs may want to see how many people leave on their own (without receiveing a severance) before making any further decisions.
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Go to thread nope, Friday 02/14/14 14:53:32 UTC

No more

There will be no more layoffs in technology. Why would they do it in phases? People will tell you anything to get your attention, do no believe everything you hear.
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Go to thread Anonymous4524, Thursday 02/13/14 23:08:44 UTC

Cracow Layoffs

I heard rumors today, that additional 100 employees will be friend in Cracow in March. can anybody confirm it?
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Go to thread Anonymous4519, Thursday 02/13/14 20:37:37 UTC

Numbers

I saw over 800 were fired and a few more planned in March.
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Go to thread Anonymous4516, Thursday 02/13/14 19:04:54 UTC

Lay off numbers?

Does anyone know just how many people were laid off in January? I was pretty well cut off immediately, but I talked to one co-worker who told me nothing was communicated internally about people whose jobs were eliminated.
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Go to thread Anonymous4515, Thursday 02/13/14 18:57:54 UTC

AGR

I'm particularly amused by "Employee agrees that Employee will not criticize, denigrate or disparage the Released Parties or their products and services, either orally or in writing." Not a chance. If I have a paying job in the next week or two, I'm not going to sign this and take the severance. They're not offering nearly enough for me to keep my mouth shut.
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Go to thread Anonymous4514, Thursday 02/13/14 18:55:12 UTC

No, the severance and subsidy is included in the AGR so it constitutes a new binding agreement.

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Go to thread Anonymous4513, Thursday 02/13/14 18:47:05 UTC

Received my AGR Packet Today. Read It CAREFULLY!

Having an attorney look at it wouldn't hurt. There is one paragraph that contains the wording: "This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the parties ..." "No other prior or contemporaneous agreements, promises, representations, .... or any other undertakings whatsoever ... shall be deemed in any way to exist or to bind any of the parties ..." "Both parties acknowledge that they have not executed this Agreement in reliance on any such agreement, promise, representation, covenant, warranty, or undertaking." Two things: Of course this is not true. Severance and subsidized insurance are contingent on our signing the AGR. Second, since by signing we are agreeing that there is no such promise, Sabre could conceivably decide not to pay the severance. Don't think that would happen, but they have an out if they wanted to take it.
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Go to thread Anonymous4469, Thursday 02/13/14 00:11:02 UTC

Montevideo cuts

Have you heard about plans to further cut?
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Go to thread Anonymous4266 (as), Saturday 02/08/14 20:45:37 UTC

To former employee

Do you really think that tom doesnt know that the technology they sell is old as f*** and way toĆ³ expensive? I work with airlines and the software being sold could be developed by the airline without paying that much money and completely customized to their operations. It wont be long till customers realize they can build their own programs.
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Go to thread Anonymous4082, Wednesday 02/05/14 23:54:07 UTC

Colombia

IBM and HRG are opening offices in Colombia! Appears to be an attractive free trade zone!
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Go to thread Former Employee (Corporate Staff), Wednesday 02/05/14 22:55:16 UTC

Directionless Sabre

I left Sabre about one year ago and am truly appreciative of the opportunities they provided to me. For this reason I am really saddened to be reading how many of you are going through a really tough time right now. My thoughts are with you. I will not disclose where I worked or at what level but I will tell you that my opinion is that Sabre is having an identity crisis brought about by poor senior management over the last few years. There was clearly disagreement between Tom and Sam over the future of the company. Tom wants this to be a technology company and Sam was more comfortable with the Travel identity. The sad news for Tom will be that he really does not know technology or how to play there. He is a travel industry executive and will be eaten alive by pure play tech companies. Sam was too removed for the last few years and Tom is in denial about who Sabre is. Sabre is fat and slow and is up against a hungry competitor. I can assure you that Sabre has prepared you well and that you will find gainful employment elsewhere. The change is hard but you will find a home elsewhere.
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Go to thread Anonymous4071, Wednesday 02/05/14 21:23:07 UTC

VCP - Define Meaningful

The email said VCP would be meaningful, but also got the impression that it would be even more weighted towards certain groups. Not sure if that is a wise retention strategy.
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Go to thread Anonymous4025, Wednesday 02/05/14 02:54:01 UTC

What was it like during the first IPO?

Massive layoffs before the IPO Spun off Travelocity Executives made millions Stock never did well Shareholders demanded a better return so we had to cut expenses all the time Employees were considered expenses not assets and treated like they should be happy they even had a job Annual layoffs, lowest moral ever Low cost centers were created in countries that had cheap labor Non management employees were given stock options but never stock and you cashed them out as soon as you could make a small profit since you knew it would be going down again Company became even more secretive since they couldnt say anything that might affect stock prices People who are here who had been there before are not looking forward this repeat at all
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Go to thread V. I. U., Tuesday 02/04/14 19:13:13 UTC

Those Cali Job postings

Let's not get carried away. Analyzing the job postings shown here, they are more consistent with a company such as Despegar.com or similar. Notice they do not list English language as a requirement and also remember Sabre published all of its postings in MVD in English, and it never mentioned the need for Sabre/Amadeus background. Also, commission on sales does not sound like Sabre. I am not saying it won't happen... I just recommend we take this rumors with a grain of salt. Also, if it were true, and Sabre was indeed hiring 20 people to start a call center there, then we will have plenty of time between them being hired and the ceasing of operations in MVD.
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Go to thread Anonymous4001, Tuesday 02/04/14 18:02:42 UTC

Tomorrow the next day before March 12th?

Does anyone has any info?
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