4imprint, LLC

| Updated: May 19, 2021

The growing Millennial population is on track to account for 50 percent of the workforce by the year 2020. This educated, tech-savvy generation offers employers creativity, passion, enthusiasm and collaboration. But this is a generation unlike any other. Those who don’t understand Millennials have falsely characterized them as being overeducated, narcissistic, lazy and unemployable—these labels couldn’t be further from the truth.


This Blue Paper aims to demystify the Millennial generation and offers organizations tips on tapping this group’s unprecedented talent, including strengths, weaknesses, workplace behaviors and expectations. It will also divulge proven succession planning processes organizations can use to mentor this next generation of leaders.