The Workplace is different from Stack Overflow or other technical sites in the SE network in that workplace norms, and thus our answers, vary between geographies, industries, and roles.
The moderators and 25k+ reputation members of The Workplace have access to the analytics data on the site (presumably including the demographic information included).
Is it possible to share some highlights about who is reading and using the site so that we can have a sense of who we should we creating answers for?
As an example, many answers advise the OP to quit or find a new job if they are unhappy with their current environment/compensation/colleagues/etc.
This is bad advice for the majority of working individuals. The median employee lacks a savings, will take 5 to 14 weeks to find a new job, and will lack access to social backstops since their termination was elected.
This is reasonable advice for software engineers in the US. The median software engineer is readily employable and has been earning well above the livable wage (and thus likely has a savings).
Understanding who is represented on the site will improve answers by giving authors a sense of the breadth of perspectives of readers.