There's a reason why Millenials are the least brand loyal generation to date. Fact checking liars and management that relies on deceit happens in minutes, maybe hours thanks to the information age. Also, social/professional media platforms provide a rather rich environment to share thoughts, and opinions without repercussion. Allowing for growth we only saw previously inside closed rooms or universities on a MUCH smaller scale in relation to the workforce. Millennials will drop a company like UPS, Google, Amazon, Microsoft in a minute if they feel betrayed, lied to, or lack of a future. Those 3 go hand-in-hand inside current UPS. It costs at least 2x to fire an employee than hire one, on average. Especially in a company like UPS where they follow the 70/20/10 model and HEAVILY rely on experienced candidates. Harvard has studied this generational trend for years. According to a recent study by them, Millenials ranked higher than ANY other generation by a fair amount in one category. They want to make a lasting, positive impact on the organization they work for. Organizational psychologists are coining them the "Hero generation" because they have grown up through nearly 20 years of war! Losing friends and family for 2 damn decades. Millennials do not want bean bag chairs and google rooms. I can't speak for them all because like any generation there's a percentage of losers and winners but I can say the stigma should be researched further by the results they bring to work. I see Millenials doing the very same thing to the Gen Z's now and that's discouraging, to say the least. I make an effort to educate them both when I see it but like most idiots we hire/promote, they will group think with the authority, not the leader. They are very, very different styles that don't require a military background to see. Thanks for the kind wishes, enjoy your retirement.