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Your working title is a bit unwieldy but covers your topic well so that's fine. I think you should try to shorten this a bit and at the very least put in a TL;DR at the top, but this seems like a clea …
answered May 12 '16 by Lilienthal
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Why do X do Y? Questions like this are incredibly problematic for two main reasons: they rely on their premise being correct: X do in fact do Y the majority of the time they can only be answere …
answered Apr 15 '16 by Lilienthal
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You asked a fake question that was deliberately poorly translated, which you admitted up front, and you're surprised that it got a negative reception? Really? This is the Workplace, not Puzzling and w …
answered Sep 23 '17 by Lilienthal
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I imagine the issue is more about a lack of standard than a double standard. Your question got two quick close votes for being outside our scope and was then spotted by a moderator who confirmed the c …
answered Jul 24 '17 by Lilienthal
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How do you spend your Thanksgiving day? Working and once again lamenting that, as a European, the only way Thanksgiving affects me is by interrupting the US' television broadcast schedule, forcin …
answered Nov 27 '15 by Lilienthal
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I knew before checking which question this would be. I originally marked this as a duplicate. I disagreed with the close votes on the original question and marked it for reopening at the same time tha …
answered Mar 16 '16 by Lilienthal
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Yes, as long as the contents of their portfolio/resume are relevant to the question. Which will be almost never. The workplace isn't a resume reviewing service and we shy away from providing situati …
answered Jun 1 '16 by Lilienthal
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I doubt we'll arrive at consensus on this, it's rather situational. I personally consider most such questions off-topic. Usually it's either an English language question or the OP is actually asking b …
answered Feb 16 '18 by Lilienthal
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This has been discussed on various metas before. Waiting 24 hours to reward an existing answer is completely illogical (Global Meta): No consensus Answer on Sci-Fi explaining some of the reasons beh …
answered Nov 16 '15 by Lilienthal
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What's the rationale for putting on hold and not simply edit it? I don't like to waste my time. We could guess at the OP's intent and try to salvage a question out of the mess that was posted. Bu …
answered Jan 14 '16 by Lilienthal
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If you really want this reopened, I'd suggest following Kilisi's advice. You could summarise your entire question into a variation of your last sentence: How should a newcomer to the workplace act …
answered Apr 13 '16 by Lilienthal
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Pure cross-posting has been identified as being counter to StackExchange's spirit in this meta thread. So the answer to the title question is a flat no. As Lumberjack pointed out, this answer in parti …
answered Aug 18 '16 by Lilienthal
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Checked the question and sure enough, virtually no established users answered and none that I've heard of. In my view, good answers take some experience to write, especially in the context of the work …
answered Dec 4 '16 by Lilienthal
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were looking at a few users disagreed with the advice given and a discussion followed that seems to have had run its course and where we all that could really be done by the users involved is agree to …
answered Jan 25 '18 by Lilienthal
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I feel like we've only just had this discussion but I can't seem to find a meta thread. In short, guidelines are just that and especially on this site there is a lot of leeway. In the end it comes …
answered Mar 21 '16 by Lilienthal

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