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30+ days ago

General Project Manager

Sabre Holdings Dallas, TX

We are seeking an experienced Project Manager to join our team. This role will report directly into the VP of Service Delivery and work closely… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Senior Financial Analysis

Sabre Holdings Dallas, TX

may include competitive analysis, investment analysis, contract evaluation, product/service agreement analysis and prioritization, etc. Analysts are… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Principal

Sabre Holdings Dallas, TX

Responsible for leading the evaluation of the operational and financial reporting controls in place to safeguard the Company s assets and minimize… Ivy Exec


14 days ago

Sr Principal Software Architecture

Sabre Holdings Dallas, TX

The Senior Principal Software Architect will play a key role on the Liberty team defining and designing Sabres next generation technology platform… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Director Software Development - Airline Ticketing

Sabre Holdings Dallas, TX

Sabre Ticketing Solutions is in search of a dynamic Director of Software Development to become a part of our exciting mission to make the world a… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Product Marketing Manager - Service Recovery

Sabre Holdings Dallas, TX

include: As Product Manager, you will be responsible for the product planning and execution throughout the product lifecycle, including: gathering… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Senior IT Project Manager

Sabre Holdings Dallas, TX

Under general direction, oversees the installation and client acceptance of capitalized equipment, enterprise software system, system integration… Ivy Exec


14 days ago

Senior Accountant - Technical Accounting

Sabre Holdings Dallas, TX

of the Senior Technical Accountant include: Provide technical accounting… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Principal Business Development

Sabre Holdings Dallas, TX

Identifies and develops highly complex marketing alliances and relationship programs designed to produce sales opportunities. Evaluates program… Ivy Exec


14 days ago

Director of SAP Solutions Architecture

Sabre Holdings Dallas, TX

Set strategic direction for SAP and non-SAP components to be used to best fulfill business requirements, producing innovative technology solutions… Ivy Exec


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    Amazing people, clueless and politically driven management. But don't screw yourself over by working here.

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    Former Employee - Analyst in Southlake, TX
    Former Employee - Analyst in Southlake, TX

    I worked at Sabre full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    The people at Sabre are amazing. Extremely polite, and wonderful people who each have their own story. People at Sabre help each other to grow and learn.The environment is beautiful and the cafeteria has pretty decent food.

    Cons

    Managers who don't protect their employees, SVP's who are yes men, employees viewed expendable. The recycling bins, and the lack of privacy at work. Sometimes you just don't want to be bothered. Sabre was an amazing place to work when Sam Gilliland was President/CEO. I think that it says a lot when he left. He knew that 10% of the work force would be let go for their new "vision." Sabre doesn't need a new vision, it just need to utilize the number of tools it already has. Do we use any of our acquisitions? How about all these dashboards that no one uses, and we waste time building? Travelocity could have been saved, if we spent more time trying to fix things, instead of trying to fix the surface problems. With a marketing campaign as strong as Travelocity has, why would you throw that brand away? Unnecessary long hours. This isn't Deloitte, this is a tech company. What is the need to work ridiculous hours? To prove you value your work life more than a real life? They promise a work life balance, but really it is more of a work work and no life balance. WFH days are of the devil at Sabre. If you WFH, it is assumed that you don't do work, even though you have emails and actual work completed to prove that you are working. Just because your manager doesn't wfh doesn't mean that you shouldn't be able to. Why are only some policies upheld in certain departments? Why does Finance follow its own policies. Shouldn't policies be company wide?

    SVP's who just nod their head yes. It is like a bobble head that doesn't stop. Why not double check with your team to see if they have the capacity to complete the work? How about not forgetting the work that you assign? Completed projects and when presented having an SVP wondering what it is for. Remember, you asked me for this? You have SVP's who sugar coat. Sugar coat a massive lay off by saying that this is for the good of the company. It is all about the vision that they are trying to create. For the betterment of the entity as a whole. Lying to people, instead of working with them and being honest. Did you that honesty goes a lot better with then false hope?

    Then you have the managers who were at one time your colleague but now your boss. Which is fine. But then they let their personal problems hinder their perspective and take it out on their employees. And they make your job a living hell for as long as they can, because their personal life sucks. Instead of screwing over your employees, why don't you help them out? Teach them ropes, understand what they are interested in? Stop being fake, pretending to be this happy go lucky individual. Why don't you be honest?

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    Be honest. Is it so hard? So you heard that there would be lay offs? Well tell us. We would appreciate you more for it. This so called vision, is nothing but fluffy way of saying, "Hey, we screwed up real bad, but lets put some big words on a poster and increase the lack of company morale!" Sabre is screwed, especially with the type of people running it today. Everything is politically driven, to see who can gain the most. It is cut throat, and unnecessary.

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