I worked at Walker Machinery full-time (more than a year)Pros
the work was easy to learn and fun at the same time I stayed busy with honing cylinders or reassembling cylindersCons
got laid off the lay off didn't go by work proformance or how long you had work for the company and they kept worker that did the bear minimal workRecommendsNegative OutlookApproves of CEO
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Cecil I. Walker Machinery knows the country roads of West Virginia as well as John Denver ever did. The company, a distributor for Caterpillar, sells, rents, and services Caterpillar equipment through about a dozen facilities in West Virginia and Ohio. Products include tractors, loaders, dozers, handlers, and various types of engines. Its Earthmoving division serves customers in the forestry, construction, coal, and industrial markets; its Walker Engine Power division sells commercial and truck engines; and Walker Express rents construction equipment. Members of the Walker...