A new president means a whirlwind of change across the map—and in true political fashion, the most recent shift in power has created nothing short of a surge in expectations for many Americans. Let’s take a closer look at some of the Trump administration's first executive actions, and the effects they’ve had on businesses so far.
>Freeze on government hiring. This was signed on January 22, 2017 and is expected to last through April, limiting job availability and growth across a range of federal departments and organizations.
>Business regulations. The “two-out, one-in” policy helps alleviate the restrictions on small businesses. For every new government regulation there must be two other regulations dropped to avoid over-regulating small businesses.
>Domestic manufacturing regulations. This bill was approved on January 24, 2017. It will help streamline permits and reduce regulations on domestic manufacturing in an effort to promote growth and expansion.