I have been working at Eroi full-time (Less than a year)
The people here are all very friendly, everyone here seems to know their job, and the management seems to be more on the same page than a lot of places I've worked
The benefits aren't bad, but they could be better (and some of them are actually improving)
Advice to Management
Try to work out the kinks in your different communication styles and I think we'll all be better for it.
I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Eroi in September 2014.
I sent a simple but catchy email to their general inquiry email. I attached my resume and gave them my website link. I heard back in two days and set up a time to talk. We met at a coffee house and went to the back to be more private. The CD was very straightforward friendly and explained quite a bit about their culture and how important hiring the 'right' person is. He was barely interested in my resume, only cared about my work and personality and thought process. They receive over 400 applications over a couple of months and only meet with a dozen or so, it's tough to get their attention, you need to have great work. They have a very small studio, and are picky about bringing on new people unless they are sure they need them. The interview went well overall, I sent a thank you email after we parted ways. Haven't heard back yet, it's been 4 days.