I found this article on the Millennial Leaders blog
The Kid in the Corner Office from the UTNE reader-
A couple of good quotes-
Generational strife has struck the U.S. workplace.
Nurtured on a steady diet of self-esteem, the swaggeringly confident children of the ’80s and ’90s are flying the nest and starting to land in the workforce. They’re clamoring for quick feedback, meaningful involvement, and pumped-up recognition—and roiling old-school colleagues who dub them impatient, needy, and arrogant. The kids are frustrated too: Entry-level duties are a far cry from the dream jobs they’ve been made to feel are their birthright.
“Three years down the line, there’s going to be a crisis for midlevel leadership positions if organizations fail to engage this generation,” says Carolyn Martin of the management training group RainmakerThinking.
Not sure how to spot a Gen Y'er - a PSA courtesy of CUNA MArketing
A great resource - Millennials Rising: The Next Great Generation by Strauss & Howe