People are important. Not only do they make up our company and the customers we serve, they make up the communities we call home. With that in mind, we’re committed to building (and maintaining) strong relationships – from encouraging open communication among all levels of the company, to doing our part to make this world a better place to live.

Boise Cares

When you work at Boise Cascade, your voice is important. That’s why we offer the Boise Cares program. It provides you with a way to anonymously report concerns you may have about anything related to your employment with Boise Cascade. From ethics, to compliance, to employee relations – we want to hear your voice.

Boise Cares Line: 800-367-46911

Giving Programs

Boise Cascade is actively involved in giving to the communities in which we live and work. We participate in a variety of giving programs, including those that provide school supplies to needy children and food to hungry families.

For example, in 2018 our corporate United Way campaign generated over $168,000 in employee and company contributions.

Online Community

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Open Door Policy

Let’s talk. At Boise Cascade, we encourage open, candid, and upward communications. Our Open Door Policy is designed to ensure employees feel comfortable expressing concerns, making suggestions, and sharing ideas.


We believe that good business and good environmental practices go hand in hand. Boise Cascade has a solid record of responsible environmental commitment and performance, including:

  • Protecting air and water quality near our manufacturing sites.
  • Responsibly using energy and wood resources.
  • Reducing, reusing, and recycling manufacturing and finished product waste materials.
  • Collaborating with others by listening to and acting on constructive ideas to demonstrate our commitment.

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Volunteer Opportunities

Boise Cascade’s volunteer efforts are led at the local level and are extremely active at our 50+ locations across the country. At the corporate level, we have a volunteer steering committee that works hard to accomplish the goal of encouraging community involvement through volunteerism.

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