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  • Construction (Bouygues Construction, Bouygues Immobilier, Colas)
  • Telecoms (Bouygues Telecom)
  • Medias (TF1)

With a strong and distinctive corporate culture, the Bouygues group has firm foundations on which to pursue growth.

€32.4
billion
sales in 2015
€489
million
Net profit attributable to the Group excl. exceptional items(a)
120 254
employees
Headcount at 31 December 2015
100
countries
where Bouygues operates
(a) Restated for capital gains and non-current items
 

Diversified industrial Group

Operating on markets with potential for sustainable growth (construction, media and telecoms), the Group supports its customers over the long term. Bouygues draws on the skills and expertise of its people to add value to the products and services it offers in each of its business segments. The Group aims to strengthen its position as a global player in construction, energy, and transport infrastructure, maintain its leading position in the French media industry and support the spread of digital technologies in the telecoms sector for the benefit of customers and end-users alike.

A stable shareholder structure
A strong corporate culture
A robust financial structure
A focus on stable long-term markets
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A strong corporate culture shared by its five business segments

The Group's corporate culture is distinguished by project management know-how and human resources management based on the three principles of its Human Resources Charter: respect, trust and fairness.

At 24 February 2016

 
Construction
(1952)
100
(1956)
100
(since 1986)
96,6
Medias
(since 1987)
43,7
Telecoms
(1994)
90,5
Transport
(since 2006)
28,3


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GROUP EMPLOYEES

120 254
employees
30,534
people recruited in 2015

Operating in 100 countries, the Bouygues group has:

FRANCE
  • 32% managerial
  • 30% clerical, technical & supervisory
  • 38% site workers
 GLOBAL (excl. France)
  • 43% managerial & technical
  • 57% site workers
67,436 employees in France and
52,818 abroad

Hiring, integrating and training employees are more necessary than ever to renew generations and adapt skills to new business developments.


Figures at 31 December 2015

Headcount by business segment
Headcount by region