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This research examines the relationship between structural and cultural dimensions affecting managerial decision-making about work-life balance opportunities. Through a top-down study of two contrasting Irish organisations, we identify how each of five dimensions of work-life culture: 'managerial and organisational support', 'organisational time expectations', 'career consequences', 'gendered perception of policy use' and 'co-worker support' are mediated through managers to affect availabilitydoi:10.1080/09585192.2015.1075567 fatcat:vacvx3z5hjd6dfja6ov4pduj7q