A credit union CEO's lawsuit alleging he was fired for not discriminating in hiring has been dismissed amid reports he settled for $1.5 million.
Court orders Oskar Mielczarek to drop allegations against board members in suit over Polish-only hiring policies that led to firing.
Attorney for credit union says she cannot file answers because of storm and not sure when she can as credit union reopens branches.
The former CEO at the 77,000 member, $1.5 billion Polish & Slavic Federal Credit Union has sued the credit union’s board of directors, both as a group and individually, alleging he was fired in May for following state and federal laws on equal opportunity hiring.
Human resources lawyers say fired Polish & Slavic FCU CEO Oskar Mielczarek appears to have acted in accord with federal law.
Oskar Mielczarek says in lawsuit that he was let go for hiring staff who weren't Polish.
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For the first time ever, a woman will formally lead the Board of Directors of the Polish & Slavic Federal Credit Union, the largest ethnically based credit union in the U.S.
Forget the debate over whether or not a credit union should keep offering free checking accounts, there are signs credit unions may eventually have to decide whether or not to charge their members fees for holding deposits.
For Polish-born Oskar Mielczarek, the new CEO of the 72,000-member, $1.4 billion Polish & Slavic Federal Credit Union, taking the helm at the CU means helping Polish & Slavic balance its traditional leadership and service role in the Polish-American community with the need to evolve into a 21st century financial...