"Unclear what you're asking" seems to be the most-abused close reason on Workplace.
Every day I see things like this...
The question attracted four answers, including one that 30+ people found helpful, yet somehow a few people decided afterwards that it was unclear.
Though it's open now, this question was closed earlier as "unclear what you're asking" apparently because it failed to include the term "workplace" or "business". Does every question here have to say workplace for people on a Workplace board to believe the question is about the workplace?
This close reason is not constructive. It seems to be a catch-all for people who want to close a question and can't think of any other reason, and who in many cases can't be bothered to read the question carefully anyway.
I propose that either (a) it should be removed entirely, or (b) people should be required to give some informational text about why they think the question in its current form is unclear (which would then help the questioner improve it).