The unique and important role of corporate culture has become increasingly prominent. Cultural construction has become an important source and guarantee for all industries to create core competitiveness. If an industry does not pay attention to cultural construction, it means the lack of positive energy, so the industry is not far from declining. The security service industry is beyond exception. It is necessary to build a security culture.
The security service industry is a labor-intensive industry with high risk. The security personnel are in a high degree of stress for a long time, and the labor intensity and psychological pressure are relatively large. Working day after day can easily lead to psychological problems and become the trigger for all kinds of safety accidents. The security culture that matches the security service industry can enrich the spiritual life of the security guards, effectively regulate, mobilize the enthusiasm and enthusiasm of the security guards, and encourage them to invest in the work in a better state of mind. We should give full play to the role of culture in educating people, so that security guards can constantly learn and accept new knowledge and skills so as to enhance the overall quality of the security forces.
The practice has proved that the first-class enterprise depends on the culture. As a spiritual category, culture has a strong cohesive function. The enterprise is an organic whole. It needs to extract common core values and ideas, and integrate the vast numbers of employees to form joint efforts and common development. When this core values and ideas are internalized into the self-conscious behavior of the employees, they will play an imperceptible binding role, which is incomparable to the rules and regulations, such as the mandatory mechanism of restraint. On the other hand, in order to stand out in the increasingly fierce market competition, the security service enterprises must use the strength of cultural construction to create a special security brand. And the serious phenomenon of the loss of personnel in the security service enterprises is that it has a great relationship with the enterprise culture that has not established the real "people-oriented".