altaltJust a hunch, but betting that most people probably wouldn’t want to be included on any list that counts Jerry Sandusky among its members.

But former Sen. John Ensign (R-Nev.) and Rep. Alcee Hastings (D-Fla.) — along with the man at the center of the Penn State University scandal — are sharing a dubious honor: they’ve all been named some of 2011’s worst bosses.

A website called eBossWatch, which lets users anonymously rate their supervisors, released its third annual list, dubbed “America’s Worst Bosses,” on Monday.

A panel of workplace experts chose the list of 100 horrifying head honchos. The website claims that to date, the 2011 group of bad bosses has cost employers more than $145 million in monetary damages and lawsuit settlement payments.

Ensign, ranked at number 79 on the list, resigned in May after an ethics investigation was launched amid claims he had an affair with his Senate campaign staffer.

An ethics panel is probing claims that Hastings, who comes in at the 90th spot on the “America’s Worst Bosses” list, sexually harassed a member of his staff. Hastings has denied the claims.

Movie bigwig Jon Peters topped eBossWatch’s worst boss, er, honorees. The website noted that Peters, a producer of the 2006 flick, “Superman Returns,” was ordered to pay more than $3 million to a former assistant after she claimed she endured sexual harassment and a hostile work environment.

Other notables include “Bones” actor David Boreanaz and Ambassador Cynthia Stroum.