A conceptual study on Innovative Motivation Model to Industrial Private Security force

  • V. Rangarajan Research Scholar in Bharthiyar University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, & Assistant Professor, Sri Malolan college of Arts and Sciences , Mathuranthagam, Chenglepattu District. Tamil Nadu, Bharthiyar University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu
  • Tamil Jyothi Associate Professor, MBA Department , Annamalai, University, Chidambaram. Tamil Nadu
Keywords: Security services, employment, Importance of private Security services motivation, HR and administrative managers. CISF, Police


In recent times the need and demand for security services have grown dramatically in the wake of security threats in all sectors
irrespective of the nature of the business and size. The limitation of government is that it is neither their constitutional duty nor has
the adequate resources to protect the private sector at all times. Given the limitations ,many private sector players in Private
Security Industry took the initiative to secure their properties by training, deploying the civilians to guard the commercial
establishments. As a next step the organizations need to motivate the untrained, unskilled or semi skilled to suit to the job
description. The onus is on the HR and Administration manager, executives who are directly responsible for security of the
properties and people in their business locations. On the other hand the challenges faced by HR department as how to motivate the
security workforce cutting cross all states to run the business and to secure the properties
Interestingly the Private security Industry's turn over is pegged around Rs.20,000 crores with employment to 70 lakhs of people
by 2020. Undoubtedly the volume is growing exponentially. .