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30+ days ago

Manager of Strategic Sales

Sabre Holdings Dallas, TX

Designs, implements, directs and is responsible for leading a regional team in the direct sale of SHS products or services. This position is fully… Ivy Exec


24 days ago

Director, Internal Communications & Corporate Responsibility

Sabre Holdings Dallas, TX

Directs employee communication strategies, programs, content and policies across Sabre globally, including individual business unit… Ivy Exec


24 days ago

Corporate Segment Marketing Manager, EMEA

Sabre Holdings London, NA

Our business is growing, and we are looking for a talented individual to take on a highly-visible marketing role! Reporting to the Marketing Director… Ivy Exec


24 days ago

Principal IT Project Manager

Sabre Holdings Dallas, TX

Oversees the installation and client acceptance of capitalized equipment, enterprise software system, system integration project or engagement… Ivy Exec


24 days ago

Principal Strategic Planning

Sabre Holdings Dallas, TX

Evaluates and manages highly complex strategic business opportunities, initiatives, recommends mergers, acquisitions, partnerships, alliances and/or… Ivy Exec


24 days ago

Team Lead Software Systems Engineering

Sabre Holdings Karnataka, NA +2 locations

Leads a team and works from specifications to develop or modify complex software programming applications. Responsible for designing, developing… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Manager Product Management

Sabre Holdings Dallas, TX

Manages and is responsible for the solution definition and delivery for new or existing products based upon the strategy and business needs as… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

VP of Software Development

Sabre Holdings Dallas, TX

POSITION OBJECTIVES:The VP of Product Delivery will be a member of the Sabre Hospitality Product Development (HSPD) team reporting to the VP of… Ivy Exec


24 days ago

Product Marketing Manager - Market Intelligence

Sabre Holdings Dallas, TX

Sabre Airline Solutions is seeking an individual for our AirVision Market Intelligence business area. This is a senior position within the Sabre… Ivy Exec


24 days ago

Principal Business Analyst - Service Engine

Sabre Holdings Dallas, TX

Responsible for planning, conducting and directing the analysis of highly complex business problems to be solved with automated systems… Ivy Exec


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    Decent place to work; Not what it used to be

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    Former Employee - Senior Software Developer  in  Southlake, TX (US)
    Former Employee - Senior Software Developer in Southlake, TX (US)

    I worked at Sabre full-time for more than 8 years

    Pros

    People are mostly good-natured and fun.
    They like them some technology.
    Nice facilities.
    Lax dress code.
    Work from home allowed.
    Many long-timers.
    MBA club - Does not make it easy. MBA managers have higher expectations.
    Great place for women, not so much for men. They go overboard on the PC and fairness crap to the detriment of non-preferred classes.
    Compensation decent - once in, they will claim to be restricted to low percentage adjustments so negotiate for max before hire. Ask for the salary range for the job. Ensure you are in the correct band - Developing, Proficient, Expert. At least ask for median.
    Job ID can determine bonus amount. If code is 40123, code 50123 has 2x bonus and salary range. The 5 job may not be available, but ask about promotion.

    Cons

    Regular reorganizations.
    No dedicated office space.
    Open floor plan/noisy.
    Loyalty to owners/stock price bring annual layoffs - Merry Christmas.
    Love outsourcing - can make for 1am conference calls and 20+ hour days.
    Shrinking customer base.
    Do not see as a growing business.
    Terror activity can have large, immediate impact to business.
    MBA club - creates a class culture.
    Perception of veiled hostility toward men.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    When laying people off, cut the non-performers. Across the board/everyone has to lose a head layoffs do nothing but allow managers to be vindictive to the people they don't like and demoralize employees. For all of the layoffs I went through, I was always amazed that some people were not impacted.

    Make HR do something worthwhile. HR should have a current profile of every employee. Shutting down a business unit and want to keep good employees? HR should be able to place them in one day. Career planning and management? HR should have current information so they can actively assist employees meet their goals. HR does nothing but manage the happy on-boarding and the hard-feelings off-boarding. You should invite all employees that have been laid off over the years to watch when HR has a purge. Would be a good opportunity for a happy hour. No, I was not laid off. I don't like HR as they don't help employees.

    You speak of mentoring. Sounds great doesn't it. Maybe add a formal structure to it?

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