“It is a compilation of 23 chapters contributed by 27 contributors from India, U.S.A., Canada, Pakistan, Nigeria and Sri Lanka on wider aspects of Human Resources Management. The themes covered are: LIS education (India and Sri Lanka), career prospects in library and information profession (LIS schools of India), Human Resour ces Management, their work conditions, mentoring, communication and professional ethics. It also highlights the role of open and distance learning as new education delivery mode. Lastly it dwells on continued professional development both in formal and informal ways especially in the IT environment by the use of Web 2.0, social media and concepts like Knowledge Management and MOOCs. Two papers concerning Ranganathan explain his role in enhancing the status and prestige of the profession and also a historical paper makes an estimate of manpower need of the LIS sector for the developing India between 1950-1980. Abibliography of three dozen books on HRM has been given for further reading. The book is useful for all those concerned with human resources in diverse elds.