A politician is urging men to come forward with their views on working rights for parents.
Deputy Louise Doublet says she wants to see shared parental leave introduced in Jersey.
However, she is concerned that not enough men have responded to a survey asking people to share their views on the issue.
The Jersey Employment Forum, who are running the survey, will use the results to recommend changes to employment law to the Social Security Minister.
Deputy Doublet says hardly any men have responded so far and she is concerned their needs will not be taken into consideration.
The survey closes on Friday 17th March.