We haven't got a dishwasher. When we had one it was mostly my husband who did it because he was very particular about how he thought it should be done and if I did it he would just end up rearranging everything. Now we haven't got one I do the dishes by hand and sometimes he helps.
We share this task. It's just habit that when we dirty a dish, plate or cup - it goes in the dishwasher. It's the unstacking that I normally do, sometimes my husband will empty half in the morning before he goes to work.
It's a shared responsibility between my husband and mine. Before I got married and lived at home, it was one of the three sisters who did it each night. I think it is best to share the responsibility between partners in all matters, but it comes with time and understanding.
We, have a dishwasher when I have finished with anything I put it in the d/washer immediately, others leave it where ever and I have to remind often
which is annoying. We've had one for 25 years and mostly it's m to unload even though I ask. It then is forgotten and do it because the sink is filling up!!
Passive aggressive beats me every time, can;t stand the dishes in the sink!! :)
Our kids are the dish washers, as I have done the math, and it is not viable to have one.
I have seen dirty dishes from them, and we do not have enough crockery and cutlery to fill one in a day to make it even half economical.
I hate them and the whole concept of them.
That might change in the future with technology, but by then it will be two of us only and it would still be better if we did it ourselves.
We both rinse and place things in the dishwasher as we use them. At the end of a meal there are often a few items that have to be washed by hand. Usually I wash and my husband dries . Either of us empty the dishwasher.