BCI Group has been fortunate to work with some outstanding employers, committed to creating strong benefits and retirement plans as part of their overall compensation packages. Our clients understand that treating their employees with respect pays off for everyone. Because happy employees do great work.
In 1956, Herbert Malarkey founded the Herbert Malarkey Paper Company, a manufacturing company that produced cardstock paper rolls. Within a short amount of time, the company began manufacutring products for the roofing industry, a move that would change the course of the company.
George Propstra opened the first Burgerville in Vancouver, Washington in 1961. The company has grown to more than 40 locations and over 1,500 employees since. Burgerville is committed to providing their employees with access to health and dental care and benefits packages. BCI Group helps make it possible.
For Bob Moore's 81st birthday, he decided to give his employees a present: his company. Bob's Red Mill has been employee-owned ever since, so it's no surprise that they have an excellent employee culture. Bob's is committed to their employees and BCI helps them with the details of their benefits plans.
Richard ("Van") VanGrunsven took a leap of faith in 1972–quitting his job to try making a living selling his plans for kit aircraft. The company took off , turning into a successful kit airplane manufacturer. Today Vans Aircraft supports over 65 employees and offers a comprehensive employee benefit plan.
When Frank Helle took over Axian — a software and data company — he brought in BCI Group. And doesn’t have a back-up plan. “I’m loyal to our partners, but as a businessman, I like to have a backup plan for everyone and everything,” Helle says. “That said, it’s really hard for me to have a plan B for BCI Group. How in the world would I replace BCI?”
Mike Caster started Summit Accessories in a tiny office on the Portland Waterfront in 2007 to design and produce branded bags, shoes, hats and other accessories for major labels. Today, the company counts a dozen global brands as customers and employs a small team with "a healthy culture" at its core.
ESD #112 in southwest Washington is one of nine in the state. It serves school district employees across six counties with infrastructure services as well as insurance – from property and casualty to workers compensation, unemployment, and an efficient health insurance pool.