Here's what people have said about working and interviewing at Infusion Development.
Graduate and apply. Ask for a low salary and show them that you're ready to be a hard-working cash cow. It's a company that values profits above everything else, so the less of an expense you are, the more likely they'll hire you.
Here's a free bit of advice: read your contract and benefits very carefully, and be aware of what liberties Infusion will have when it comes to honoring it.
Various departments have varying perks. Those could be disambiguated further by project. You're guaranteed to work hard and get a decent amount of hands-on experience. You get access to some seminars, lunch-and-learns, an occasional company event, and Christmas parties too.
Benefits include health/dental insurance, and a couple of other unnecessary things. When I signed on, benefits included a pluralsight license, but it turned out that there were only a handful of them across the entire company and needed to be shared.