I have been working at Situation Interactive full-time (Less than a year)
A fun, young and growing company in the live entertainment space. The employees are very kind and for the most part hard working and innovative. Great perks such as free dunkin and often time comped tickets from clients. Management for the most part is super understanding and always has their doors open if needed.
Some office politics, and cliques. Pay and hours could be better, but it depends on the department you work in.
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Situation Interactive.
For my interview I sat with HR, the administrative assistant, and the copywriter I'd be reporting to. Answered questions about my resume, experience, and goals. I received a call about 4 days later with an offer for the internship. Many interns eventually stay on as freelance employees in their departments and are sometimes even hired.
Absolutely negotiate, they are a small personal company and it is worth asking for certain arrangements
Exited to share all of the talks from TedxBroadway 2017! http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQtQk