‘Income Sharing Arrangements and Coding Bootcamps: Boom or Bust for the Blue Collar Breadwinner?’

Jonathan F Harris, Unconscionability in Contracting for Worker Training, 72 Alabama Law Review (forthcoming, 2021), available at SSRN. During the 2020 coronavirus pandemic, many firms turned to remote and computer assisted arrangements to get work done remotely and safely. During the summer, however, jobless claims rose as the economy took a downturn. These economic pressures have driven many workers to seek job training or even re-training to protect themselves from the worst of the recession. Out of desperation, some workers are turning to code academies or bootcamps to learn new skills, while existing employers have in some instances started charging workers for the cost of new training … (more)

[Miriam Cherry, JOTWELL, 30 November]

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