VANCOUVER WASH. —Paying 90 percent or more of the health insurance premiums for employees of its 39 Burgerville restaurants seemed the right thing to do for those workers, Vancouver-based parent The Holland Inc. decided. That decision, implemented in January 2006, also has turned out to be the right thing to do for the company’s bottom line. Holland Inc. executives say that within a year of shelling out $1.4 million to cover the ...

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