I have been working at DYONYX full-time
Flexible, no or limited micromanagement. Limited hand holding.
The CEO and COO are friendly and seem to mean it. Staff are friendly and mean it.
If you are creative and have will, it is possible to forge a path in this environment to your interests so long as it is marketable.
Benefits package seems reasonable.
It is a smaller company, so if you're not into that, then move along, but the neat thing is 1 person can impact change since it is a smaller company.
It is still big enough to provide everything you need though.
Some staff seem overworked maybe, but I don't know if it because they don't know how to say no, are inefficient, or are truly over burdened.
There was a down turn due to the transition from mostly on-premises to cloud, but that seems to be turning around now.
Some seem to be institutionalized - having limited frame of reference outside the company since having grown up in the company. That happens at other companies too though.
Advice to Management
I applied online. The process took 4 days. I interviewed at DYONYX (Houston, TX) in June 2016.
My interview was a bit unprofessional. The individual I was supposed to meet was not available, the interview started maybe 10 minutes late. Other than that, The hiring manager (another person I was needing to meet) was professional within the interview, but was very vague with both the job posting and the job duties.