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Wednesday August 26th, 2009

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It takes all sorts…

Striped, spotted or checked, these multicoloured hard hats symbolise Bouygues Construction’s desire to promote diversity within the company. Many actions have already been taken to encourage jobs for disabled people, gender equality within the company, continuing employment for older people and job and training opportunities for people from unusual backgrounds. Dragages Hong Kong, a subsidiary […]

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  • Bonjour Tonio,
    Merci de ton commentaire. Les casques des collaborateurs sur nos chantiers sont moins colorés, c’est vrai. C’est le orange qui domine… Cela dit, dans les pays asiatiques, certains collaborateurs mettent parfois le chapeau de paille traditionnel par dessus leur casque. Ce qui est assez amusant aussi !
    Franck



    Franck

    Le Friday September 11th, 2009

  • j’adore l’affiche ! pour une fois que le sujet de la diversité en entreprise n’est pas abordé en mettant en avant des “minorités” (je déteste ce mot) dîtes visibles sur des affiches.
    c’est quand même plus drôle de parler de ces sujets avec un casque zébré sur la tête ou un casque moumoute ! bon, ils sont vraiment comme ça les casques sur les chantiers ?



    Tonio

    Le Friday September 11th, 2009

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