Top 3 things to know about our new website
4 May 2017
Our new website is now live at gesb.wa.gov.au - have you explored it yet? This new site was created based on feedback we received from members and research into the pages our members visited the most. Now that our new site is up and running, here are 3 important things you need to know.
1. Our website is now responsive and accessible
Technically speaking, this means you can access our site from a range of devices including your laptop or PC, smartphone or tablet. You might notice the layout varies slightly between your different devices, but all of the information is there.
The font is larger and it’s easier for you to read and find the information you need. Our website now meets the WA government agreed standards.
2. Some aspects of our new site will look familiar
Not everything has changed. To help you find your way around our new site, the location of Member Online login, quick links/member links and the investment centre/investment and performance, are still the same.
3. Our new site is designed to help you find what you need
You’ll find we’ve used simpler, clearer language to help make our website easier to read and understand. Whether you want to learn more about changing your investment plan, set up salary sacrifice contributions or make sense of the tax implications of your contributions, you’ll find it’s easier than ever to find what you need to know.
We’ve grouped all of our accounts, features and forms in a new way to help you find the information that is relevant to you. If for some reason you can’t find something you need, try our new and improved search function.
If you have bookmarked certain pages of our old site, please visit your bookmarks. They might now link to an error page and need to be updated.
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Thank you for printing this page. Remember to come back to gesb.wa.gov.au for the latest information as our content is updated regularly. This information is correct as at 19 December 2017.