BlueJeans Network Benefits

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Which benefits does BlueJeans Network provide?

Current and former employees report that BlueJeans Network provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.

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Insurance, Health & Wellness

Health Insurance
3.8
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3.0
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Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance
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Disability Insurance
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Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
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Health Savings Account (HSA)
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Life Insurance
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Supplemental Life Insurance
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Vision Insurance
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Financial & Retirement

2.0
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Stock Options
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Family & Parenting

3.0
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Dependent Care
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Reduced or Flexible Hours
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Work From Home
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Vacation & Time Off

5.0
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Sick Days
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Volunteer Time Off
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Perks & Discounts

3.5
2 Ratings
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Company Social Events
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Gym Membership
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Mobile Phone Discount
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Pet Friendly Workplace
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  • Health Insurance(5 comments)

    Outstanding health and benefits package

Jan 11, 2022
5.0
Current Senior Account Executive in San Jose, CA, California

6% 401k match, outstanding benefits package

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Jul 11, 2022
3.0
Former Sr Channel Marketing Manager in San Jose, CA, California

The did not offer 401k matching

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Jun 21, 2021
5.0
Current Salea Representative in Dallas, TX, Texas

Nothing , world class benefits

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Mar 16, 2020
4.0
Former Employee

Company perks were fair to good for a smaller tech company. BlueJeans provides unlimited time off.

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Sep 9, 2018
3.0
Former Employee

I was just interning there so have less idea about all the packaging. But during working there I can feel people are satisfied with what they got.

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Feb 10, 2018
4.0
Former Employee

There is unlimited PTO, however you're expected to still be available when you're taking time off

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Nov 9, 2017
2.0
Current Employee

The company has good options for health insurance, and increased coverage for 2018 in a few areas that will bring them more on par with the current market, but in most other ways they are lacking. Despite unlimited PTO the number of paid days off is woeful- HR points to unlimited PTO as a way to compensate for this but and as with many tech companies in the area no one really utilizes unlimited PTO to its fullest potential. They did add a small amount of optional fertility assistance through health insurance for 2018, but no adoption assistance. Additionally, job training is not regulated at the company level but rather on a department by department basis and at the discretion of supervisors. The company doesn't match 401k and as another said, the options if you choose to contribute through the company are very limited. They also don't offer any options for primary or back-up childcare despite having working days when most daycare centers and schools are closed. Finally, the parental leave policy is disgraceful compared to other companies in the area (there is a lot of room for improvement).

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Apr 21, 2017
4.0
Current Employee

Comprehensive benefits package and coverage

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Mar 23, 2017
2.0
Current sales in Mountain View, CA, California

BlueJeans does not contribute to your 401k

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Nov 29, 2016
5.0
Current Employee

great benefits great benefits great

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