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Mike Johnson

Mike joined Hausmann-Johnson Insurance in 2018 and brings a wealth of employee benefits knowledge and experience to the team. He recognizes that employee benefits are often one of the top three expenses for a business, but benefits also directly impact employees’ everyday lives. From his point of view, the world of insurance has become seen as insensitive to the needs of employees and their families. To combat this, he aims to create a win-win situation for employees and employers. Mike knows that the best problem he can solve is one he can identify proactively and transparently. By looking 2-3 years out and addressing any type of cost or compliance concerns head on, he is able to help his clients and their employees achieve their goals. He works to build repeatable processes that address his clients’ benefit costs, compliance, and communications. Besides employee benefits, one thing Mike can’t stop talking about is his family. He enjoys cooking weekend breakfasts for his wife, Shannon, and their two children, Cade and Atalie. He also enjoys fishing, hunting, and golfing in the great outdoors, and is a big Wisconsin sports fan. “Wisconsinite” describes Mike to a tee. Mike is proud to be recognized as a member of the In Business Magazine “40 under 40.” He gives back to the community, through his role as Vice President of Membership for the Greater Madison Area Society for Human Resource Management, while also participating on the Advisory Board for Wisconsin Recruiters.
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The WHY Behind Your Benefits Strategy

Author: Mike Johnson

Category: Employee Benefits

I have a two-year-old daughter and a four-year-old son who are simply amazing little creatures. Toddlers are innately curious about the world and want to better understand the things they see, hear, and do.  Many times a day my wife and I are stuck in a constant assault of “why” questions. It’s..

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Can Your 401k Program Help Employees with Student Loan Debt?

Author: Mike Johnson

Over the past 20 years, the amount of outstanding student loan debt has grown to what some have dubbed a “$1.5 Trillion dollar crisis”. Couple that growing statistic with the fact that “one-in-three American labor force participants are millennials, making them the largest generation in the U.S...

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2019 ─ 2020 Economic Outlook Influences on Human Resources Strategies

Employers added 155,000 jobs to the U.S. economy in November 2018, far fewer than the roughly 200,000 new positions economists had expected, according to the November jobs report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The unemployment rate held at 3.7% nationally, with Wisconsin coming in at 2.9%...

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