External control

External control,

Definition of External control:

  1. Many of the actions that affect a company's way of doing business are performed not by the company but by the government or other organizations. External control includes any rules and regulations that affect the company's operations and may include tax laws imposed by the government that affect the flow of money. An agreement that limits what companies can and cannot do with their offices. Bedroom And laws that avoid discrimination in the way companies hire.

Meaning of External control & External control Definition