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The Yorkshire County Cricket Club have today announced that Oliver Robinson's contract has been terminated with immediate effect due to a number of unprofessional actions," read a statement on the county's website.
For the second year running he's not turned up for training which is disappointing and unprofessional from his point of view.
It is therefore sad to see the end of David's tenure at United being handled in an unprofessional manner.
This in turn can lead to a patient feeling neglected or maligned, which is one of the primary reasons why complaints of unprofessional conduct are filed against nurses.
Saying the unprofessional conduct was "an embarrassment to all members of The Florida Bar," the Florida Supreme Court suspended a lawyer for two years and ordered the attorney to appear before the court itself to be publically reprimanded.
I personally myself would never go and buy something over the counter in a pharmacy - it's just unprofessional.
But problems remained as unprofessional commanders still worked at the district level, he added.
Similarly, a Canadian study that surveyed 682 medical students, about their use of Facebook, found that almost half had witnessed what they deemed to be unprofessional content being posted by a colleague.
It was illegal, it was unprofessional but I don't think this was a paedophile in action.
Echoing similar sentiments, BJP spokesperson Meenakshi Lekhi said: "The police mechanism of work was absolutely unprofessional because the child was found in the basement of the same premises and was raped constantly and nobody even went to search that place.
RUSSIAN President Vladimir Putin called on Monday the proposed levy on banking deposits "unfair, unprofessional and dangerous," his spokesman Dmitry Peskov quoted him as saying.
The boy risked serious health complications because he was treated from his deep injury by charlatans and unprofessional people.