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"Employees are starting to understand and to realize they don't have to put up with a bad boss," Adelman, eBossWatch.com Founder, said. "Employees are starting to understand and to realize they don't have to put up with a bad boss," Adelman, eBossWatch.com Founder, said.

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TULSA, OK -- When you're applying for a job, employers do background check on you.

So, why shouldn't you do a background check on them to make sure you don't end up working for a bad boss?

Asher Adelman told Tulsans at an ethics luncheon today they should.

"Employees are starting to understand and to realize they don't have to put up with a bad boss," Adelman, eBossWatch.com Founder, said.

Adelman founded a website where people report bad bosses, so others will know what they're getting into before taking the job. To see the worst bosses, or rate your own boss, go to eBossWatch.com

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