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Former Louisiana mayor makes list of worst bosses

Former Port Allen Mayor Derek Lewis Former Port Allen Mayor Derek Lewis
PORT ALLEN, LA (WAFB) -

While the new interim mayor seems to be getting things done, a former mayor of Port Allen is on a list of the worst bosses in the country.

The consumer rating website eBossWatch has ranked former Mayor Derek Lewis the 29th worst boss on a list of 50. The website lets people anonymously rate their bosses.

A couple of years ago Lewis was sentenced to 40 months in prison as part of a racketeering sting.

Former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner topped the list. He was pressured out of office earlier this year after a string of sexual harassment charges.

Click here for the complete list of worst bosses

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