It’s official: Paris has won the coveted Olympic rings for 2024! This great win wouldn't have been possible without unprecedented support, to which Bouygues Construction contributed.
Global Mobility Forum: our employees are convinced!
Bouygues Construction Supports its Reservist Employees’ Commitments
Wednesday November 29th, 2017
Mobility, a reality at Bouygues Construction!
On 6 and 7 December, Bouygues Construction is organising the second edition of its mobility-focused Global Mobility forum. Interview with Jean-Manuel Soussan, Human ResourcesDirector, on mobility policy and the opportunities of this meeting for the company.
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