I get the sentiment - they laid me off, so they s*ck, management stinks, and the company is in a downward spiral to bankruptcy. But if you've been around long enough, you know this industry is cyclical - yes, definitely in a spiral now, but most likely will climb back out as we go forward.
Don't get me wrong - they laid me off, so I'm no cheerleader for Sabre, but the fact is, the company will recover, and probably thrive, despite the despots now in control. It will be a huge mountain to climb since most of the people let go would have been critical to turning things around. But in typical corporate fashion, the marching orders were 'let the folks with the most years (and domain knowledge) go, and the rest of us will pick up the pieces.'
If they (Eckert's team) is smart - and I don't think they are - they would realize their mistakes and start hiring people back who can actually help. First to take a hit will be customer service, and that may affect customers on the fence already for renewal. And how are they going to sign new customers if old ones are leaving because of poor customer service?
Somehow, Sabre will figure it out, and turn it around. But I don't think Eckert/team is the answer. The saving grace is the good rank-and-file people still employed who can make a difference. I may be wrong, but time will tell.