Men less likely than women to cite impact of parental leave on career

Campaigners say system is set up to fail mothers after Ipsos Mori survey results

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Men are significantly less likely than women to think that taking time off to look after a child has had a negative impact on their career, polling has found.
According to research by Ipsos Mori shared with the Guardian, almost three in 10 women (29%) thought that taking maternity leave had a negative impact on their career, while less than half the proportion of men (13%) noticed the same impact after paternity leave.