Economic Health

Economic wellbeing is the economic condition in which you and your family are financially comfortable and able to be optimistic about your future. It also includes being able to absorb the shock of unexpected expenses or situations. Having the flexibility to make choices about how to spend money and being on track to meet goals that are important, like saving for a home or retirement. For a guide to Child Care Services, please refer to LifeMatters by Empathia (PDF).

Flexible Benefits

Flexible benefit plans help employees save money by allowing them to pay for certain eligible expenses with pre-tax dollars. The tax savings help offset the impact of these expenses on disposable income. Employees may enroll within 60 days of employment, or within 60 days of experiencing a change in status event, and during any annual open enrollment period.

Voluntary Benefits Plan

Several group voluntary benefits that were specifically designed to protect your income and assets, are available for purchase. Some of the plans require that you be benefits eligible; some do not.

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Landed's down payment program invests alongside employees in education and healthcare to help them reach a 20% down payment. This program is available to employees of California State University who are able to contribute at least a portion of the down payment themselves. You do not need to be a first-time homebuyer. You can learn more at: