This is very elementary- though the topics indicated by the chapter headings might lead one to expect more;- Philosophy of Employment, Qualifications of the Employment Manager; Six Sources of Recruits; College Recruiting; Functions of the Department; Purpose of Interview; Supplying Employment Aids; Induction and Training. However, a professional in the field reports that this is a summary of material found in a number of other- and better books on personnel and employment practices. ""There is nothing new in approach or point of view. It might be helpful to students who have access to nothing else, or to someone who wants a brief summary of the work of an employment manager. It might be helpful to a person who, knowing nothing about the personnel field, and never having read a book on the subject, suddenly finds himself an Employment Manager. I see no need for it.