My first interview came during a career fair visit from Intel in 1997. The interview was somewhat challenging, but I got through it....thank God.
Hire managers who actually have experience enabling staff to achieve balance between Time, Effort and Quality. All of this is easy to map. Deadlines are irrelevant if they don't align with quality expectations. Quality is irrelevant if there's no motive to apply effort. Effort is irrelevant if deadlines are unreasonable. And, the circle of idiocy continues. A tech company with Intel's history should know better.
Does Intel pose a travel restriction for their employees? (e.g., travel is allowed only over a 200 mile radius from the company.)
I'm not sure what is meant by "travel restriction"? If travel is necessary, we travel.
What is the interview process. I want to make sure that my recent interaction with the company is not a scam.
Each company now a day work closely with a Talent acquisition organization so the scam is a very slim chance.