Each business segment, depending on the country, has a compensation and benefits policy aimed at underpinning the individual and collective performance of its teams: voluntary and compulsory profit-sharing schemes, additional social protection, pension savings plans, a thirteen month's pay, top-up contributions and social and cultural activities.
Several business segments provide each employee with a personalised document summarising all these benefits to give them an overview of their total compensation.
In France, employee-savings incentives (e.g. employee savings and collective retirement savings schemes) are regularly supplemented by capital increases reserved for employees.
Since its introduction in 1970, the development of employee share ownership remains a priority for the Group. This dynamic policy has placed the Bouygues group at the top of the CAC 40 rankings for employee share ownership.