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August 2018

Dr. Nekessa Remy - Zinny Factor
Entrepreneur's Workplace, Magazine

Dr. Nekessa Remy: A Chiropractor, Entrepreneur, Registered and Medical Acupuncturist

We had the opportunity to interview Dr. Nekessa Remy who is a chiropractor, a registered and medical acupuncturist and one of Canada’s fastest rising and sought after health and wellness expert in the industry.

Dr. Nekessa Remy is the current owner of Mississauga’s The Chiropractic Office, a comprehensive injury management clinic focused on sports-related injuries and woman’s health issues.

She also runs a practice in downtown Toronto, at Integra Health Centre where she works amongst other leaders in the healthcare field and she was recently included in the photo project HERstory which features 150 Black Canadian Women Toronto capturing their range of professions, life experience, and perspectives. Her story, as well as many others, were featured on the CBC
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Potential Employers - Zinny Factor
Employee's Workplace, New Worker

Making Yourself More Appealing To Potential Employers

When you start browsing the job market for potential employers, chances are that you’re likely to feel a little overwhelmed. There are so many positions out there and each seems to have its own strict list of requirements.

It seems that employers are becoming increasingly picky when it comes to choosing their employees and expectations are higher than ever. The hardest part of the process? Accepting that there are more people looking for work than ever. Competition amongst potential candidates is fierce, so it can often feel that employers can afford to be extremely particular in their choices.

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Professional Change - Zinny Factor
Employee's Workplace, New Worker

Switching Roles: What To Do When You Want A Professional Change

Wanting a professional change is something that happens to everybody from time to time. You may have been in your current role only a few years. You may have been there for as long as you can remember. How long you’ve been there isn’t really important; what’s important is that when you know you want a professional change, you go for it.

A change in career can be tricky. It can scare you, and you might be plagued with thoughts of failure. Maybe you should just stick to your current role and accept it? Wrong!

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