I am constantly thinking about cultural influences here. In my opinion every question and every answer (almost) would be greatly improved by prominently displaying the cultural perspective of the person asking/answering/commenting. Most of what is discussed here in WorkPlace is about what is the appropriate thing to do in the situation.
I've worked for many years in the USA and a number of years in a south-east Asian country. Everyone, whether they know it or not, is influenced by their culture. Many times people are not even aware of their own bias toward their own culture.
We all get our opinions about what is best from our training, observation and experience. All of this input has a cultural perspective. This perspective then informs the advice we give. This is a wonderful thing really; not at all negative.
From my experience, the best answer to most questions is rooted in that culture. When the question comes from another culture, it's very likely that the advice I give will be wrong.
In my opinion the only reason this works at all is that every participant uses English. It seems that the majority of the questions and answers are from US/Canada/Europe. Although the cultures are quite different, they are less different than compared to (for example) Asian cultures. Most of the time an Asian won't get relevant advice here.
There should be a field in the profile to choose a country as my cultural perspective. This is different than location. I don't live in the US but that is my home country and informs my advice. So I would choose the US. Then in every question and answer the US flag would display next to my name to show my home culture.
This clarity would greatly improve WorkPlace. Answers would be welcome from any culture. So if I'm in India I would give more weight to answers from India etc. So the answers wouldn't always agree; different answers would be relevant to different places. See this answer for how Judaism.SE appreciates differing answers.
This Q&A is helpful but doesn't break us out of the box Assumed Cultural Context and The Workplace