Khoury hired PWC to conduct a comprehensive study on the silo’s work mechanisms from administrative and financial perspectives. (The Daily Star/Dalati Nohra, HO)
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Khoury said his ministry hired PWC to conduct a comprehensive study on the silo's work mechanisms from administrative and financial perspectives.The study added that the entrances to the port's silo are always opened because the doors were not fixed to close properly which allows people who do not work at the port to enter at any time.On the financial level, the study noted that the silo's administration has been incurring continuous losses since 2013 to date while its revenues are continuously regressing. On the operational level, the study maintained that 14 out of 100 employees do not show up to work on time while it also showed that some workers tend to enter the port during late hours without any justification.The study also showed that the silo's administration is very weak and incapable of properly managing employees.
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