I doubt it, because my colleagues at McMurry just launched them, billing them as the only awards program "strictly devoted to showcasting the most effective employee communication."
Employee communication God Roger D'Aprix is senior judge and a host of employee communication superstars back him up. The program is cool because it's simple and straightforward:
All categories—from Best Employee Communication Program to Best Employee Newsletter—will be won by the entrant who writes the most persuasive short essay demonstrating how they used communication to achieve their goals.
And don't tell my Inner Bohemian, but I'm the program director. (I think need a fez.) And don't tell my Inner Smart Ass, but I'm really looking forward to reading all the entries. (A fez with a propeller on top.)
Find out all about the E2E Communication Awards here. And find out now, as the entry deadline is Oct. 17.