Sharing and growing together

Joining Bouygues Construction is much more than a career plan. Whatever your career path or your profile, it means that you will be part of a powerful collective experience, alongside passionate colleagues.

A strong and attractive culture!

Beyond its technical expertise, it is Bouygues Construction’s collective strength that enables it to win contracts and carry out major projects. In France and many other countries, the basics for us are team spirit, solidarity and sharing. There are many opportunities for social contact and these create an attractive atmosphere that is unique to the Group.

Living and working together, whatever our differences

Bouygues Construction doesn’t look on “diversity” as a challenge for society. It sees it as a reality and an opportunity for personal and collective enrichment and development. This conviction is supported by our Equal Opportunities programme, which was introduced in 2007 and has been followed by 500 operational managers and HR professionals.

Our diversity policy is in force in all our entities, including our international operations. Illustrating this, Bouygues Bâtiment International was awarded the Diversity Label in 2012.

Some of our initiatives really mean a lot to us

  • The permanent inclusion of people with disabilities thanks to agreements signed with AGEFIPH, a French government agency promoting the employment of disabled people, and the rollout of Handitour roadshows, which are designed to raise site workers’ awareness of issues relating to disability.
  • The promotion of gender diversity and parenthood in the company. Bouygues Construction has signed a charter on parenthood, and in 2012 it set up framework contracts in 2012 with two networks of private childcare centres operating throughout France to enable our employees to take advantage of places that have already been reserved.
  • Work opportunities for the long-term unemployed. Every year, more than 400 work opportunities are provided on our sites, in conjunction with partners such as the Civic Service Agency and the Act Against Exclusion Foundation.            
  • Raising staff awareness regarding disability issues : The inaugural Handybat day was organized by Bouygues Bâtiment IDF to develop staff awareness of disability within the company. The day also sought to encourage everyone to reflect on their behavior towards, and relationships with disabled staff or applicants.