Samir Sayed, aka Sam, is good at his job. He loves his role as service manager of the Finance and Admin Division within the Works Department of his local council and the interesting people and places he comes across in his daily working life. The challenges of working for local government basically boiled down to money. Whichever way you looked at issues and projects, money was always the deciding factor as to whether something could work or not.
Magnetic London starts with an interesting, fictitious account of how it is to work for local government in council departments and services. Anyone who has worked in this field will recognise some of the red tape and activities that go on, and those who haven't will have their eyes opened.
Sam also goes on to work as an accountant, which is his true profession. Will he regret his decision to change his career path or will it be the right decision for him?
ISBN : 978-1-80074-643-5
Pages : 135
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
The author, Kamal Razak, is a London based Chartered Accountant, Management Consultant and writer of fiction. He was born in India but has spent practically all his adult life in London. He studied and qualified in London, worked as a manager in three professional firms and then established his own professional practice. He has extensively travelled on business in the Middle East, Europe and USA.