I just saw this site exists. Looks interesting and useful, but I'm finding it slightly difficult to place in my mental map of stackexchange sites.
The stackexchange network makes most sense when thought of as clusters of expertise you can ask questions to. If you have a programming question, you go where the programmers are (stackoverflow). If it's a tech support question, ask the tech support folks on superuser. If it's about a bike, you ask the keen cyclists and bike shop people on bikes.SE. If it's a design question, ask the designers on graphicdesign.SE. If it's about something Apple/Android/Linux/etc related, ask the assorted techies, developers and fans on each of the appropriate sites. If it's a cooking question, ask the chefs and keen amateur cooks on Seasoned Advice. And so on for sci-fi geeks, English language teachers and scholars, philosophers, photographers...
What fills the equivalent blank in "I have a question about what best to do in a difficult workplace situation. I'll ask the ?????????????s on Workplace.SE"? What is/are the vein(s) of expertise that an asker is tapping into here? What characterises Workplace.SE regulars?
Do you represent managers, or HR / career guidance professions? Or are you people from a range of professional backgrounds who simply each know from experience that you are good at office life, and you like to help out? Or is there some other trend? Or is there no one particular trend? If so, how does that work - what's the selling point, the draw, the specific expertise that means people are best off asking here?