There's a problem I've noticed with most questions we close (and some we haven't yet): most of them are either too localized to be useful to more than one person, or they're too broad to be usefully answered.
For Too Localized we have questions about specific contracts, which really require legal help, not Workplace Expert help anyway. Then we've got some questions that could be good, but are too unfocused to answer.
I think this is making it hard to know how to word your question; when does it stop being not constructive, when does it start being too localized?
I think we eventually need some guidelines for the FAQ to help people construct their question so that it's focused and answerable. The main thing I've noticed is that people tend to omit what field they're in (which makes it hard to infer the office environmental--or maybe they're not in an office!) or how laid back or formal their environment is. Without these little big details, answers can be guesses.
Where is that middle ground between not constructive and too localized? Workplace really needs to find it.