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Husband not involved in parenting? Blame his office

But static organisational norms often inhibit them from meeting more recent expectations of being an involved parent, research shows.

"While work-life policies and programmes can be designed to be gender neutral, often organisational cultures are not. There is still a strong cultural perspective that when men become fathers, little will change for them on the work front," researchers said.

Organisations, managers, and co-workers still do not fully recognize and openly appreciate men's care giving roles."As fathers take on more responsibility for care giving, workplace norms may inhibit the development of a true involved sense of fathering for these men," said Beth Humberd from University of Massachusetts, Lowell, in US.

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