Am I eligible for Benefits? Crew members are eligible to enroll in benefits plans after working an average of 30 hours per week over a 90-day period with Bluecrew (which Bluecrew evaluates each quarter).

What are my options? Custom-designed around the unique health and wellness needs of its employees, Bluecrew’s 2022 Employee Benefits program provides a variety of valuable coverage and co-pay options. Please refer to the attached guide below for detailed information on the different benefit options.

When enrolling in benefits, the crew members must provide personal identification data. You don’t have to sign up for all the options— choose what fits your individual needs, and budget.

Enrollment Schedule: When crew members become eligible, they will be notified and can enroll or decline coverage by the last Friday of the month. If you miss the deadline after your initial enrollment period, you will have to wait until the next Open Enrollment to join.

When will my coverage of the enrolled benefits begin? Coverage to the enrolled benefits will start on the first (1st) day of the following month.

Payment of Premiums: Once you are signed up for benefits you will need to continue to work a minimum of 30 hours a week in order to stay enrolled and keep your benefits current by paying the weekly premium deductions. If a premium deduction is missed from a paycheck, the make-up deduction will be taken out of the next paycheck along with current premium deductions. Please note that three (3) consecutive weeks of missed premium deductions will be subject to Bluecrew’s Rules and Policies and can result in the termination of your benefits.

Contact Details: If you have any questions about the benefits you wish to enroll in please contact the number listed below

312-884-7622 (use Company ID: bluecrew)

If you have any questions while going through the benefits enrollment process, please contact us at

Link to Benefits Brochure: Bluecrew Benefits Enrollment Guide

Additional Information: This link leads to the machine-readable files that are made available in response to the Federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.

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