Companies look to hire vets for work ethic

MAKING CONNECTIONS: David DeQuattro, center, managing principal of RGB Architects in Providence, as well as a U.S. Air Force and Air National Guard veteran, believes veterans make for high-quality workers. Gina Anderson, job captain for RGB, and Richard Jackson, project manager, also served in the Air Force. / PBN PHOTO/­MICHAEL SALERNO
MAKING CONNECTIONS: David DeQuattro, center, managing principal of RGB Architects in Providence, as well as a U.S. Air Force and Air National Guard veteran, believes veterans make for high-quality workers. Gina Anderson, job captain for RGB, and Richard Jackson, project manager, also served in the Air Force. / PBN PHOTO/­MICHAEL SALERNO
For David DeQuattro, managing principal of Providence-based RGB Architects, hiring veterans to work at his architecture firm is important. “I’ve always been a big supporter of the [National] Guard and military personnel,” he said. “You get a better worker, a better professional, and they understand hierarchy well.” DeQuattro, who served for the Air National Guard…
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