Throughout our national and international projects, you will have the opportunity to use your technical skills in the service of clients who have been placing their faith in us for over 30 years. In addition, our financial strength enables us to persistently press into an ever-successful future in a responsible manner.
RESPECT IS CAPINGELEC’S CORNERSTONE
- respect for each of our employees is an essential part of our operations
- respect and satisfaction for work well done
- and, last but not least, respect for our clients.
Just as in rugby, relationships are important and must be healthy. Jean-Paul Calès (President) and Matthieu Calès (the General Director) said this internal mindset was labelled “the Cap Ingelec Attitude”.
It is the best growth vector for the company as well as its employees.
WHY YOU SHOULD JOIN US
“I normally limit myself to safe investments so, my husband and I didn’t hesitate a single second to purchase Cap Ingelec shares. In other words, I have always had great trust in Mr. Calès and the company. The company is constantly winning new contracts, securing major clients, and competent employees. The family-based succession is also well-established. All of these parameters are reassuring in terms of future growth. I also participate in the General Assembly along with the right to vote as a shareholder. It’s an opportunity and a privilege. The shareholder-employees concept is very motivating”.
“I find it very motivated to own a share, even if only a minor one, in the company at which I work. It’s the first time in my professional life that I have been given such an opportunity. I think it is a good idea in 2 ways. It proves that Cap Ingelec believes in its employees and recompenses them based on their contributions. It also demonstrates the trust and faithfulness of a majority of personnel towards the company since, one rarely purchases shares in a company that one wants to leave! Even if the volume of employee shares is a minority, this operation reinforces the company’s independence. As a shareholder-employee, I can add to the share’s value. There is a very personal dimension to this”.
“I started working at Cap Ingelec as an apprentice engineer in September 2015. I decided to become a shareholder-employee with only 2 ½ years of seniority. I did so because all the indicators were green to remain in the company and it was judicious to profit from this rare opportunity to invest in the future.
The shares have confirmed that it was a good decision and, even if the growth slows in the coming years, the financial operation will still be profitable. I also liked the idea of being more involved in the company’s results. The ability to participate in general assemblies constitutes a rare opportunity. It enables me to personally meet employees from other branches rather than just on the telephone. This makes for a great annual get-together!”.