I see it quite often on Workspace, the questions that are missing the crucial details (country), which makes the question unanswerable. People answer making some guesses that the OP is located somewhere in the Western Europe, USA or Canada, and if they guess correctly, or the labour laws are similar in that point, the answers make actually sense for the OP.
However, actually the answer valid for any country on the world should be correct, which means, that the question is too broad. At least in my opinion, because on any other stackexchange site I know, if a question can have at least 2 contradicting answers, that are valid, there's something wrong with the question.
Is this a moderation failure? Or the Workspace encourage list questions of the type: (example) what is my notice period with 2 years of experience, with 190+ different answers stating with "In country X"?
I understand that some people might be ignorant of the fact, that most topics about workspace are regulated, and the regulations strongly differ between countries, but if they persist on ignoring comments stating that, the question should be closed until the relevant details are provided.
If the community prefer Quora-like open questions, then excuse me for mentioning the issue.