The authors, all research specialists who have advised the U.S. government on labor and economic issues, provide a handy guide to ways and means by which companies can tap pools of potential workers among women, immigrants, senior citizens, welfare recipients, minorities, and the disabled to provide new employees of merit. Little of the data and information provided will be new to anyone working in the labor field, but the authors do contribute a service by making the information accessible. Unfortunately, nowhere in the text do the authors mention labor unions which have and will continue to have a most positive role to play in the maintenance of a stable, contented, and productive work force. Maybe this point just slipped their minds. Still, an important book for business/labor collections.--Norman Lederer, Stevens State Sch. of Technology, Lancaster, Pa.