Jesse Oberloh, GBA

Jesse capitalizes on his 15 year background in risk management and account services to develop benefit programs for employers in a way that improves the overall health and productivity of the workforce. He is an expert in alternative funding methods for insurance including self-funded, limited funded and captive plans. By staying well informed on the latest industry trends, Jesse is able to provide proactive and strategic solutions for benefits clients. Prior to joining Hausmann-Johnson Insurance, he was Manager of Member Services at The Alliance, as well as an Account Executive at an insurance company. He is a member of the Wisconsin Association of Health Underwriters and participates in local community chambers and SHRM chapters. Jesse graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with degrees in Finance & Investments, Risk Management & Insurance, and Human Resources Management. He proudly supports Badger Football and is a 15-year season ticket holder. He loves spending time up north at the family cabin fishing with his children or sneaking in a round of golf whenever possible. He also coaches his son’s Verona flag football and little league baseball teams.
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Benefit Education – Going Beyond Open Enrollment

It’s the time of year where open enrollment is well behind us and probably isn’t top of mind until we have to start preparing again for next year. This is great time to reflect and ask ourselves: How many employees truly understand the benefits choices they have made?  Most employees do one of..

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How to Gain a Competitive Edge by Offering Nontraditional Employee Benefits

Voluntary benefits are benefits offered in addition to employees’ core compensation and benefits packages. Many employers consider expanding their voluntary benefits to compensate for increasing health care costs, which is a major factor in the recent trend toward providing a wider array of..

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Case Study: An Employer’s Successful Implementation of an HSA Qualified Health Plan Option

In last month’s HJI newsletter and benefits blog, we discussed the general principles behind Health Saving Account (HSA) and High Deductible Health Plans (HDHPs) and why they are becoming more and more common in our local market.  Today, we are going to highlight one employer’s success story in..

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Legislative Brief: EEOC Issues Sample ADA Notice for Wellness Plans

In this month's legislative brief, Jesse Oberloh explains the sample ADA notice for Wellness Plans issued by the EEOC.

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Vendor Summits: Enhancing Your Employees’ Benefit Experience While Eliminating Waste Within Your Programs

Enhance your employee's benefit experience and increase productivity while reducing waste and inefficiency in your programs by holding a vendor summit with the objective of turning your vendors into partners. Click on the link below for the full article.

How to Hold an Effective Vendor Summit

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