The Code contributes to establishing confidence among customers, staff, shareholders and stakeholders.
It sets the rules of conduct that everyone must apply
It is a reference in terms of business practices and behavior for each Manager and staff
The Code is intended to be shared with all stakeholders with whom we interact. We expect them to comply with it or to apply standards that are least equivalent to those set out in our Code of Ethics.
Download the Code of ethics.
Acting as a socially responsible company in terms of ethics, purchasing practices, risk management and respect for stakeholders is one of the areas of major commitments of Bouygues’ CSR policy.
Download the CSR Charter.
Bouygues uses four drivers to develop relations with stakeholders
and build loyalty amongst them:
- It identifies the major stakeholders for each one of its businesses and sites in order to define the terms of dialogue;
- It integrates CSR issues into purchasing policies and into relations with subcontractors and suppliers;
- It implements development support initiatives around its sites;
- It raises awareness amongst the employees concerned of the content of its four compliance programmes (competition, anti-corruption, financial information and securities trading, and conflicts of interest), which supplement the Group’s Code of Ethics.
In 2018, Bouygues publishes for the first time its tax policy.
This document reflects the Group's commitment to achieve its commercial and industrial objectives while providing its societal contribution to all of its stakeholders and complying with rules and regulations.