2013 Corporate Humor Awards Finalists

Congratulations to the Finalists for the 2013 Corporate Humor Awards! Be sure to check out each award category to learn why each organization and individual was nominated.

Organization Corporate Humor Awards

Humorous Beginnings Award (Best Onboarding Program)

Finalists: Intel, Ritz-Carlton, Zappos

Learned Me Good Award (Best Training Event)

Finalists: Con-way Freight, EMC Corporation, Miami Children’s Hospital

A Site to See Award (Best Website)

Finalists: Google, Last.fm, Mailchimp

Money Isn’t Everything Award  (Best Perk)

Finalists: Johnson & Johnson, PhotoBiz, Weebly

Better Recognize Award (Best Recognition Program)

Finalists: FedEx, Hewlett-Packard, Procter & Gamble

The Most Humorous Company Award (Best Corporate Culture)

Finalists: Gardens Tulsa, Google, PhotoBiz

Individual Corporate Humor Awards

Always Mark as Read Award (Best Email)

Finalists: Louis CK, Wendii Lord, Alan Weiss

Let the Man/Woman Speak Award (Best Presentation)

Finalists: Amy Cuddy, Etienne Garbugli, Lisa Warsinke

Hollywood Bound Award (Best Video)

Finalists: Matt Aselton, Gorilla Glue Employees, Kramer Enterprises Staff

Gather Around and Listen Award (Best Story)

Finalists: Sarah Peickert, Dan Stover, Adam Wade

And We’re Still Friends Award (Best Prank)

Finalists: Improv Everywhere Team, LG IPS Monitor Team, Lisa Warsinke

The Most Humorous Individual Award (Best Humorist)

Finalists: Dick Chudnow, Carol Spurgeon, Lisa Warsinke

Note: User-submitted custom awards will be announced with the winners next week. To see the nomination entries, visit the 2013 finalists posts.

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