I worked at Intela full-time (Less than a year)
Flexibility to go to gym at lunch or ride a bike. The people that I worked with were very warm and welcome. They endure a Friday beer tradition. I felt like the workload was very fast passed and past the time quickly. Even though a lot of the development staff got cut we all came together and tried to help each other out with resources to find new employment.
not much of a notice when things go down hill. When things do go bad they go bad very fast.
Advice to Management
Let your employees know when to start looking for work. come out of your office and talk to your employees a bit to let them know you are around if they need some help.
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Intela (Boulder, CO) in November 2012.
I contacted them through an online job posting. The HR rep contacted me very quickly and we had a phone interview. I was then scheduled to meet five people about two weeks later.
I met with five different people, one to two people at a time. The process took about 2 hours and they asked me pretty typical interview questions. One strange thing was I was interviewed by someone who confided with me that he was actually quitting the next day.
Everyone seemed nice enough though the office seemed kind of cramped and everyone looked kind of burned out.