We think of the archetypal workplace.SE questions as involving working with a manager, a recruiter, asking for a raise, trying not to be fired, etc.
Two were closed to date that are point-on on topic:
Neither of these are great questions. They could stand to have more detail, either to what the perceived problem is, or what type of solution is being solicited.
The "search radius" one was closed as follows:
"Questions seeking advice on company-specific regulations, agreements, or policies should be directed to your manager or HR department. Questions that address only a specific company or position are of limited use to future visitors. Questions seeking legal advice should be directed to legal professionals. For more information, click here."
I wanted to work on answers to both of these. To the "job radius" problem it's actually similar to what apartment-searchers like StreetEasy deal with and can be dealt with with technology. To the "computers" problem one can reasonably infer that the OP is probably concerned with being green and mention the obvious areas of concern: how much energy is saved, does it impact the company's bottom line, is it worth the hassle, etc. This is a perfectly reasonable question.
Can we please have a defined policy of non-interpersonal workplace questions? If they are off-topic there should be a clear close-reason on the topic. If on-topic they should stop being closed and we should be clearer about it in the site's help.