Jonathan Harris Remarks on Increase in Use of TRAPs

Jonathan Harris (’10), Associate Professor of Law at Loyola Law School, was quoted by Reuters spotlighting an increase in employers’ use of Training Repayment Agreement Provisions (TRAPs) despite lower unemployment rates, as the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau reviews employer-driven debt (“More U.S. Companies Charging Employees for Job Training if They Quit,” Oct. 17). “Employers are looking for ways to keep their workers from quitting without raising wages or improving working conditions.”