The equation seems straightforward: millennials make up the majority of the workforce. Hiring and retaining the best millennial talent, then, is critical to any business's ongoing success. Not only are businesses competing with other businesses for the best young employees, but they are also competing with the temptation of self-employment in today's gig economy.Generally speaking, millennials value intangibles like work-life balance over money or status, so businesses that can offer an improved quality of life gain a competitive advantage. Technology'with its myriad ways to enable and enhance work-life balance'seems like a clear path to recruiting more millennials, right?Unfortunately, it's more complicated than that. Technology helps us stay connected, but that's not always to our advantage, especially when seeking work-life balance.