Holly Krier is an associate principal in the Labor & Employment Practice of CRA.
Ms. Krier has over 30 years of experience in data analysis and assists in a wide variety of class action and individual plaintiff matters involving wage and hours issues, along with claims of age, race, and gender discrimination. She has extensive experience with cases involving the correct calculation of the regular rate of pay. Additionally, she has assisted Fortune 500 companies with the proper identification and payment of meal and rest break penalties.
Ms. Krier has also assisted several companies with audits of their managers’ editing of punch records and alerted those companies to managers who may have improperly edited employee time records to reduce overtime payments or inserted an unrecorded meal or rest break. Ms. Krier has significant experience with the analysis of the various types of data involved in call center cases, such as badge swipe, login authentication, payroll, and clock-in data. Along with identifying and quantifying the above issues, Ms. Krier calculates potential damages and Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) exposures that could arise from these issues.
Prior to joining CRA, Ms. Krier was Director in the Los Angeles office of Welch Consulting. While at Welch Consulting, she worked with one of the firm’s sister companies in the analysis of FHA-insured mortgage defaults; and she was the lead programmer on the initial development of the FHA Total Score.