Weatherfield Street has a fair number of employers, some good and some not so good. Who do you think are the best and worst people to work for on the cobbles?
Kevin Webster – Runs the garage with a fair hand, balancing camaraderie with leadership in equal dollops. Tyrone and the black Adonis (and Tommy before he got bonked on the noggin) all seem quite content working there.
Ashley Peaccock – The butcher shop seems to be a thriving business in spite of Ashley seemingly never being there. Kirk enjoys working there although I predict an accident involving involuntary amputation any day now.
Jerry Morton – One might think that Jerry eats half of what the kebab shop produces and treats his staff (his wee bairns) like serfs. And you would be right.
Rita Sullivan – The queen of The Kabin rules her domain in a strong but fair fashion, keeping Norris in line and content at the same time, no simple task as we all know.
Leanne Battersby – The new restauranteur seems out of her depth in charge of the Italian, using intimidation and sarcasm to keep her staff motivated and working.
Roy Cropper – In spite of the many odd mannerisms of the owner of the cafe, all the women who have worked there in recent days seem quite happy working there.
Bill Webster – Is doing an admirable job of keeping Jason on task while teaching him the tricks of the trade, as well as being a listening ear away form the job site.
Audrey Roberts – The owner of the salon, in spite of her rampant nepotism, runs a tight ship, keeping a combustible collection of staff working and her clients happy.
Carla Connor – Cruella cares only about making money, and will do whatever is required to get the most out of her staff. Not very cuddly, but effective.
Dev Alahan – His empire of seven shops shows Dev has an acute business acumen, but the collection of children he has amassed shows he has difficulty keeping his quill out of the company ink.
Steve McDonald – In spite of his laissez faire approach to running things, going on vacation at the drop of a hat and the like, Streetcars and The Rovers seem to keep chugging along with the staff mostly happy – most of the time.
Liam Connor – The good cop to balance Carla the bad cop. After a rough start running the factory Liam seems to be getting the hang of managing the girls (and Sean) which would be no simple task.