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The Port has various departments which to work in. People there are generally nice and genuine. There is an alternative work week schedule which is nice when you want to take a long weekend away. They seem to be boosting company moral by having many activities which is nice.
It is bureaucratic like most public agencies. There tends to be a hierarchy in some departments which might just be from the older staff in general.
Advice to Management
The senior management is generally older in most departments. They don't work together to achieve best results even though they should.
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The San Diego Unified Port District (better known as the Port of San Diego) brings in cash from land and sea. The agency manages two marine cargo facilities, as well as a terminal used by cruise ships. Its real estate operations include leasing and managing land around the port, including almost 20 bayfront parks and commercial property. In addition, the Port of San Diego is charged with protecting San Diego Bay and adjoining tidelands from pollution. The agency, which was created in 1962, is governed by a seven-member board appointed by the city councils of San Diego and ...