Topics regarding layoffs at Sabre Holdings

Topics regarding layoffs at Sabre Holdings

10 Million $ Man

After selling 20,000 shares of Sabre stock on Tues, Aug 16, 2022, CEO now directly owns 1,257,888 shares of the company’s stock, valued at approximately $10,075,682.88. wtf?

These are no leaders

I would call them "leaders" if they had any good leadership qualities, however, my opinion is that they don't, and that's why for me they are simply "those at the top". What would real leaders do? They would certainly not allow the employees to... —  read more 

Layoffs July 31

Massive layoffs at Sabre - directors, VPs and up - July 2022. 3 EVPss were let go including someone who knew nothing about the Sabre Products- Wade, who was Chief Product Officer. Absence of innovation and introduction of new products contributes... —  read more 

Layoffs are coming

Sabre is heavily in debt from the pandemic. They had to borrow some money to keep them float for few years. That is coming due very soon. The easiest and fastest way to paid it off would be layoff. Unless they can get it all refinance. This is... —  read more 

Wrong approach

With attrition as high as it is, you'd think that upper management would be working on finding ways to keep some of the best people around. Instead, they seem happy to be getting rid of older and most experienced employees without having to pay them... —  read more 

Growing a skillset

I am of the opinion that an individual alone is responsible for growing his or her skillset, and that a company can in no way prevent someone from doing that. However, there are companies that have a much more stimulating environment in that sense... —  read more 

Horrible work culture

And it's getting worse by the day. When I started here four years ago it was not ideal but it was barrable. Fast forward to today and I'm desperately trying to find a way out. I want to work where cooperation is encouraged instead of competition. I'm... —  read more 

Opportunity to grow

I have been here for more than three years and I am not satisfied. I expected a lot more and that during this time I would make much more progress in my career. I plan to leave soon, but I still keep wondering whether it was just me or did others... —  read more 

Hiring for wrong areas

I know for a fact that Sabre is currently hiring so I can't understand why our team is still heavily understaffed. We're desperate for help and we've made this abundantly clear. We have communicated to our manager several times that if we don't get... —  read more 

Talent keeps leaving

No desperate attempts to keep them here are working. Everybody is seeing the writing on the wall and trying to separate themselves from this place before it's too late. It's kind of fun to watch the upper management panic as they're unable to slow... —  read more 

HR Reorg Long Overdue

The HR function has no business providing reorg advice to other business units with the mess in their own house. There is no need for an SVP-level position, period! All of the Senior Directors should be demoted to Director-level and corresponding... —  read more 

Stagnation over the years

What I resent the most about the leadership of this company is that it has allowed Sabre to stagnate over the years and that the company is not changing enough according to new customer needs. That is my personal opinion. If there were more... —  read more 

Employee Survey

Clearly, someone peed in the talent pool. After 2 years of Covid, headcount reductions, people doing the work of 3-4 people, sell of AirCentre, and loss of major airline customers, some ID10T thinks it’s time for an employee survey. This will... —  read more 

I miss the old Sabre

I miss Sabre that valued employees according to their merits. Now it is quite sad to watch new employees trying to give their best only until they realize that this is no longer the most important thing here. Perhaps I idealize the past times a... —  read more 


I am curious, did the headcount really grow by almost 2000 people to just under 12000 and if so, where? All I have seen is attrition, not an increased headcount.

>11.5 k employees

OMG. Sabre is not making enough money but they have more employees then pre pandemic levels. If you can not be lean during trying times that means you don’t have scalability in built in your DNA. Wake up leadership, see if a manger have only 5 ppl... —  read more 

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