Recent Examples of unprofessional from the Web
Some fans wanted Regal punished for his violent, unprofessional response to an in-ring accident, others saw it as an appropriate reaction from a veteran to a younger wrestler whose mistake caused a legitimate injury and put them both in danger.
The investigation focused on what the agency deemed to be unprofessional, insubordinate and profane emails and chat messages to her colleagues, including several in Oregon City.
When Black failed to do so, the mayor took his case public, saying Black had engaged in a pattern of unprofessional behavior toward employees.
Criers were often labeled as weak, unprofessional, unqualified or even manipulative.
Our statement regarding the recent unprofessional actions by coach Mark Parsons of the Portland Thorns, as well as the inadequate management of the appeal process by @NWSL.
Benevento’s defense attorney complains that a senior military prosecutor in the case was unprofessional.
Russia said the panel had been biased and unprofessional, accusations that the United States and its allies angrily disputed.
These hairstyles are still being banned in schools — as recently as 2016 — and they're often deemed too unprofessional for work.
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