Guild of the Chaang

It’s been a long-established tradition for Bouygues-Thai and its parent company to recognise individuals’ commitment and loyalty through membership of the elite “Guild of the Chaang”. Guild members are role models in the promotion of compliance to best practices, team work and on-site excellence.

 

The programme is also a long standing tradition of “Les Compagnons du Minorange”1, created in 1963 by Francis Bouygues which aims at rewarding the best workers in the company. Through Guild members, best practices in terms of safety, morality, discipline and fellowship are promoted to all colleagues.

 

To enhance the versatility and career developments of Guild members, various training opportunities are provided to enable them to acquire new professional skills.

 

1 Whilst each guild bears a specific name and adopts specific rules related to its home country, the guilds all share a set of common values and rules which reflect the culture of Bouygues-Thai and the Bouygues Group.

  • Opening Ceremony held at Anantara Bangkok Riverside Resort & Spa on 4 February 2016

  • Opening address by Mr Jean-Marie Verbrugghe – Chairman of Bouygues Thai

  • Speech by Mr Stephane Valle – Human Resources Director of Bouygues Bâtiment International

  • Guild members are honoured to be visited by Martin Bouygues – Chairman & CEO of Bouygues; Philippe Bonnave – Chairman & CEO of Bouygues Construction; and Daniel Rigout – CEO of Bouygues Bâtiment International, on 27 March 2015

  • Seminar cum workshop held in March and November 2015

  • Seminar cum workshop held in March and November 2015

  • Seminar cum workshop held in March and November 2015

  • Seminar cum workshop held in March and November 2015

  • Members of the Guild casted their votes to select committee members

  • Members of the Guild casted their votes to select committee members

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