Depends on who you answer to and who they are connected to on top.
Pros: depending on your job, a vehicle and gas card.
Cons: you are not non-exempt status.
In the military housing division, I found it wasn't so much as who was competent and more knowledgeable, it was who was connected to the vice-presidents through prior friendships, or, who would accept the lowest pay for the job.
Knowledge and experience played no part in advancement.
If your project was coming to an end in a month or two, and there – more... were no other projects to go to, they would not give you a heads up so you can prepare to look for another position elsewhere. And when the time came to be laid-off, it happens that day. But this is typical of employers today. – less