If you hadn’t already noticed, millennial workers (young people born anywhere from the early 1980s to the early 2000s) demonstrate far less employment stability than previous generations. They also seem to have different attitudes about money. Their motivation when it comes to work appears to be less connected to material reward than to personal growth and recognition. And rather than a clear path for career advancement, they tend to stay in jobs that they enjoy, and that challenge and nourish them as individuals. While this might all sound like a form of new age entitlement, it’s actually more the kind of fundamental shift in values that comes along every generation or so. Everything from the global economic crisis of 2008-2009 to a lifestyle saturated with technology has been held responsible for this shift. But whatever the reason, millennials have proved very hard for employers to retain for long periods of time, and the correspondingly sharp turnover rates are hurting many businesses’ bottom lines.