In an interview with Dagens Arena, Ann-Zofie Duvander, says that women will probably benefit economically from going back to work after a shorter parental leave but this does not mean that the parental leave will be shared more equally between mothers and fathers. The question is brought up by the political party Liberalerna’s suggestions to shorten the parental leave but raise the level of compensation. Duvander points out that this will primarily benefit employers. Read the whole interview here.