How are Millennials as employees? With most of the Millennial generation already in the workforce, and the youngest Millennials set to join it in the next 3-5 years, this article is a must-read for employers; discussing ways to motivate and challenge Millennials in your company.

Providing opportunities for meaningful contributions to your company and collaboration within the workplace are just two of the tips offered by author T. Scott Gross. In spite of the “quirkiness” that Gross attributes to the Millennial generation, he cites “the only difference [between Boomers’ and Millennials’ assessment of worthwhile work is] Boomers’ time put in versus Millennials’ results achieved”.

The New Millennial Values by T. Scott Gross, a Forbes Contributor

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Over the last 30 years, I've consulted leading faith-based organizations on marketing strategy, branding, and execution of campaigns to the Christian marketplace. Seventeen years ago I founded Kyros to help give voice to the disenfranchised born-again college students by helping them connect in relevant experiential ways with faith-based brands, causes, and organizations. I'm a sinner saved by God's unbelievable grace, married to my best friend, proud father of three kids I adore, and full-on marketing geek.