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David Kruse

David’s goal is to help clients think no more about their insurance than they want to, and effective customer service is the tool he uses to accomplish that goal. Prior job experience in the banking industry instilled in David a high sense of urgency around everyday matters. He knows that until a problem is solved, clients are using valuable downtime that could be better spent running their business. Before becoming a Commercial Account Manager in 2015, David spent time at Hausmann-Johnson as a Select Lines Associate and a Commercial Lines Associate. His current area of expertise lies in insuring life science businesses. Additionally, he is well-versed in the ins and outs of cyber liability insurance. David holds Bachelors of Arts degrees in Theology and Philosophy from Marquette University. He is an avid hiker, kayaker, birder, and nature documentary watcher. He enjoys sharing his passion for nature with his wife and their dog, who often to join him on hikes in state and national parks.
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Episode 4.2: Real or Fake Insurance?

Space station insurance? A chest hair policy? See if game show host David Kruse can stump two of the best and brightest in the insurance industry!

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Episode 3.4: The Future of Technology in Healthcare

Author: David Kruse

When tech giants like Google, Apple, Amazon, and Microsoft start getting into the healthcare space, what does the future look like for consumers and businesses?

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Episode 3.3: The Top 3 Compliance Issues Businesses Face

Do you have a plan document? Are you sending out the required notices to your employees, and do they even read or understand them? Are you HIPAA compliant? It's very important to know where your company stands on your compliance obligations.

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Episode 3.2: Communicating Your Benefit Plan's Value to Employees

Companies spend a lot of time and even more money putting together a valuable benefits plan. Unfortunately, employees still see the annual benefits process as burdensome and problematic. What can employers do to make this process more engaging and ensure employees can see the value in their..

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The Cyber Paradox

Author: David Kruse

Category: Cyber Liability

Sometime during my sophomore year at Marquette University, in between classic college trips to the dining hall and walking down to throw a Frisbee around by the lake, I made the decision to add a philosophy major to my degree.

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Episode 3.1: Trends vs. Fads in Employee Benefits

What is a trend and what is a fad in the world of Employee Benefits? Two of our experts break down some of the hottest current topics and how they can affect your plans. (And guess what? Our experts don't always agree!)

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Episode 2.4: Outdated Workplace Policies

Is your company holding on to outdated workplace rules that might be affecting your ability to attract or retain employees? If you haven't refreshed your policies lately, you may want to reassess items such as dress code, rigid work schedules, telecommuting, and more. 

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Episode 2.3: Employee Benefit Trends

Many companies are adding new trending benefits to attract and retain top talent. How can an employer analyze all of the newest offerings and know what will make the most impact for their employees? Mary Jo Spiekerman, Vice President of Human Resources, discusses some best practices for..

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School Districts: How Pairing Cyber Security and Cyber Insurance Can Keep Your Finances on Track

Author: David Kruse

Category: Cyber Liability

On Thursday, February 14th, HJI's Cyber Practice Leader, David Kruse, will be speaking at the 2019 National Conference on Education in Los Angeles. Along with one of the nation's leading voices in K-12 cyber security, Ryan Cloutier (CISSP, Principal Security Architect at Sourcewell Technology),..

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Episode 2.2: The Hunt for the Purple Squirrel

There are times when organizations try and pack a wide array of responsibilities and experience requirements into a job description for a vacant position. There can be significant drawbacks to this such as taking a long time to fill the position or overpaying for unnecessary education or..

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