That is probably a canonical example of a "too localized" question.
A truly helpful answer (down the hall, then the first door on your left) would be far too specific to be helpful to anyone else. There could be some general guidelines (usually on the interior of the building, often near the elevators, surrounding water fountains) that might help a certain percentage of people find the bathroom, but maybe not the original questioner.
The most honest and correct answer is "It depends." (no puns on a certain brand name intended. If you don't get what I'm referring to, consider yourself lucky and move on).
This is a general issue we have and will likely continue to have on this site. "The workplace" can include a two person start-up, the military, or a variety of things in between. There are very few questions (at least ones that are likely to be asked) that will have a single correct answer that will apply to all these different environments.
I thought of this when considering the question "Difference Between Manager and Director." I voted to close as too localized, and left a comment to that effect. Different companies use titles to mean different things, and even the same company is liable to change the meaning of its titles from time to time. Any answer is likely to be localized to the answer's company.
At the same time, there are some general principles that are more likely than not to apply. "Director" usually connotes a greater level of authority than "manager" or "supervisor." In some countries, the title of Director carries with it certain legal standing. Is it worthwhile for the site to capture these generalities, even though they may not always apply?