Millennials. You either love them, or are annoyed by their intense ambition, burning desire to succeed, and need for pats on the back. In America’s workplaces, 1 in 3 workers are Millennials making up the largest generation in the workforce today with a reported 53.5 million; surpassing Gen X’ers and Baby Boomers. Millennials were raised by Baby Boomers who constantly told them they can do anything they put their minds to - and they believe it wholeheartedly. With the right focus and opportunities to learn and develop their skill sets, there is no doubt they can and will climb to the top faster and smarter than the preceding generations. But it is not just the responsibility of the Millennials to “figure it out” when it comes to growing and succeeding in their careers - that responsibility also belongs to the employer. When placed in the right environment that allows them to continuously learn, expand their skill sets, and grow in experience, this group has the potential to be your strongest asset. Conversely, when not properly managed, this group can become your biggest liability. How employers choose to capitalize on this opportunity is their choice.