Does fathers’ involvement in childcare influence mothers’ employment post-childbirth?

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In October 2019, the Government Equalities Office published three pieces of research on the barriers to women’s progression. In this blog, Dr Helen Norman, Research Fellow in Sociology, discusses some of the findings in relation to her own research into the impact of paternal involvement in childcare on mothers’ employment trajectories during the early stages of parenthood in the UK.

Period12 Nov 2019

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  • TitleDoes fathers’ involvement in childcare influence mothers’ employment post-childbirth?
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletManchester Policy Blogs
    Media typeWeb
    Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
    Date12/11/19
    Descriptionn October 2019, the Government Equalities Office published three pieces of research on the barriers to women’s progression. In this blog, Dr Helen Norman, Research Fellow in Sociology, discusses some of the findings in relation to her own research into the impact of paternal involvement in childcare on mothers’ employment trajectories during the early stages of parenthood in the UK.
    URLblog.policy.manchester.ac.uk/growth_inclusion/2019/11/does-fathers-involvement-in-childcare-influence-mothers-employment-post-childbirth/
    PersonsHelen Norman