Benefits of Benefits

Benefits of benefits

Real stories of businesses and benefits


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Bob's Red Mill employee, Michael Hall

Crystal Granger (left), senior benefits administrator, and Michael Hall (right), warehouse supervisor for Bob’s Red Mill

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Bob's Red Mill

Eric Ruppel, assistant warehouse manager for Bob’s Red Mill

Security is a great feeling.


Featuring Bob's Red Mill

Company founder Bob Moore saw the long-term value in quality benefits, helping generations of employees build financial security.

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Retain employees with good benefits.

More than 70% of business owners see employee benefits as a critical tool to improve retention.*

Income protection, group insurance, a retirement plan, and other benefits help employees to feel more secure and businesses to become an employer of choice.

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*2022 Principal Business Owner Insights survey of 1,018 small and midsize businesses (fewer than 500 employees), January 2022, conducted by Dynata.

Bob's Red Mill is not an affiliate of any company of the Principal Financial Group.Bob’s Red Mill employee viewpoints may not be representative of other clients' experiences. Clients have been not been paid for their appearance.