I recently received an award at work during the yearly awards ceremony. Those awards are celebrating 10 employees on 5 different categories (2 employees each) out of 800 or so employees and each award is the result of peer voting (i.e. anybody votes, not just managers). The award I have received is for "Contribution and support", which essentially means being instrumental to the success of a significant project and/or being particularly supportive of your colleagues / being a team player.
I was originally thinking of adding this to my "Honors and awards" section in LinkedIn, which is quite frankly thin at the moment, and mentioning it under my current work on my resume when I will update it.
It crossed my mind that this could be viewed more as filler than anything and could make me seem a bit try-hard. Am I downplaying my award or is it really worth it putting on my LinkedIn / social media.
Note: I do understand this could be perceived as a question with a subjective answer. More generally, my question is whether a company award voted by peers during a yearly ceremony is resume-material.