Best and worst cities for work-and-life

 

Every company – large or small – tries to embrace the idea of promoting a healthy work-and-life balance for their employees. But by average, which city has it mastered?

Seeing the importance of how companies should work smarter and not longer, wireless security developer Kisi has released a study showing which cities have achieved the most well-rounded work-life balance.

Tapping into the data from labour organizations, government statistical departments, census bureaus and private intelligence firms, Kisi has named the best and worst cities for this work-life index.

A total of 40 cities were chosen for the ranking, all of them “in-demand metropolises” with an abundance of reliable data available to researchers.

Helsinki of Finland took the top honour as the best city for work and life, while Malaysian city of Kuala Lumpur has the worst reputation.