Thinking about entering the Worklife Awards?
So you’re thinking about entering the Worklife Awards. Here’s everything you need to make sure you come out a winner:
FAQ: For specific entry form questions, word counts, supporting materials and general FAQ, download our entry kit.
Expert tips for crafting a winning entry: Check out our entry guide for insider advice from our judges, stats and figures on what makes an effective entry and much more.
Information about past Worklife Awards: Check our article on our past programs below to learn more about the coverage you can expect as a finalist or winner and examples of winning campaigns.
Hinge, Deloitte and RingPartner are Worklife Awards winners: For digital media and marketing companies, providing a safe and effective working environment has never been more important — or more challenging. From facilitating remote work to maintaining the mental and physical health of their employees, companies have been forced to adapt in unprecedented ways.
For more on our 2020 Worklife Awards winners, check out our guide, which breaks down just how these entries wound up in the top spots.
The Worklife Awards shortlist: Keeping collaboration and charity alive during an unprecedented year: It’s always challenging for companies to foster a collaborative, high-morale workplace environment. But the challenges wrought by 2020 were something new entirely. A debilitating pandemic swept through the global economy, upending long-established ways of doing business. Offices shuttered. Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Slack and other remote collaboration tools were threaded far deeper into companies’ DNA than ever before.
NowThis, Twitch and Code and Theory win at the Digiday Fall Awards Gala: NowThis, Twitch, Code and Theory, Group SJR and Salesforce are among the winners from the Digiday Fall Awards Gala, which was attended by Turner, Dow Jones, MailChimp and CBS Interactive, all of whom were finalists.
Vox Media, HP and Critical Mass are among Digiday Worklife Awards winners: Vox Media, HP and Critical Mass took home Digiday Worklife Awards.
Financial Times, HP Inc. and Critical Mass lead the Digiday Worklife Awards nominees: Financial Times, HP Inc., Critical Mass and more are nominees for the 2019 Digiday Worklife Awards, which recognize media and marketing’s top employers and the values that make them unique.
Gallery: Visit our Facebook page to view photos from the 2019 Digiday Fall Awards Gala.
Bloomberg Media Group and New York Media take top honors in the Digiday Worklife Awards: New York Media took the top spot in two categories in this year’s Digiday Worklife Awards, which recognize media and marketing’s top employers as well as the cultural initiatives that make them unique. The company has been awarded Best Onboarding Process and chief HR officer, Lou Gretta, was named HR Leader of the Year.
BuzzFeed, Digitas and 72andSunny shortlisted for the Digiday Worklife Awards: BuzzFeed, Digitas and 72andSunny have each been shortlisted in the Digiday Worklife Awards, our annual recognition of media and marketing’s top employers and the values and cultural initiative that make them unique.
Carmichael Lynch and RPA are double winners in the Digiday Worklife Awards: Creative agency Carmichael Lynch is a double winner in this year’s Digiday WorkLife Awards, which honors the media and marketing world’s best work environments as well as the values and cultural initiatives that make them unique. The Minneapolis-based agency, which hosts up-and-coming local musicians on its rooftop in the summer, won awards for Most Innovative Culture and Most Committed to Diversity and Inclusion.
The Washington Post, TBWA/Chiat/Day, Dotdash and more receive nominations for first Digiday Worklife Awards: CNN’s branded content unit Courageous Studio lead the 2017 Digiday Video Awards with five nominations: three in the Best Brand Video Destination or Channel category, one for Best Multiplatform Video Campaign and one for Best Video Publisher Partner for Brands.