N.p. [New York?]: Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, 1915. Octavo. Staple-bound pamphlet; printed card wrappers; 15pp. Covers soiled, else sound, internally clean and unmarked. Handbook for employees (or possibly a recruiting brochure) describing the company's employee welfare benefits, including health care (among other things, the company ran its own sanitorium for the care of employees suffering from tuberculosis), lunch service, savings and insurance, etc. A rather fascinating glimpse into early-20th century corporate benefit schemes.