Library administrators have taken the student work force for granted for a long time and are only now beginning to realize that this important group accounts for a significant portion of the operating budget. Baldwin describes the role of student employees and the supervisor, including hiring, orientation, and performance appraisal. He discusses some common problems as well as corrective discipline and termination procedures. A separate chapter is devoted to federal student- aid programs because of their role in student employment. The specific orientation of this well-organized handbook makes it essential for any supervisor of student employees.