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There's a question mark in there, but the post doesn't make sense without further information. Two users posted comments requesting additional information but while the OP is active, he hasn't repli …
answered Dec 16 '15 by Lilienthal
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I'd like to note that this particular OP has a history of questions about controversial topics and either has an extremely erratic workplace or is making it all up. If it wasn't such an old account I' …
answered Feb 9 '16 by Lilienthal
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Generally speaking: you want to avoid being overly vague in cases where you're dealing with a specific situation. Vague means no one is clear on the situation. As soon as you start talking in "what if …
answered Jun 12 by Lilienthal
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Generally speaking: no. List questions are unsuitable for our format and explicitly asking for a list of "some of the things to do" would be a prime candidate for closure. Rephrasing the question to …
answered Jun 13 by Lilienthal
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No, it's not on-topic. The dynamics in a workplace environment versus those in a volunteer course are too different. There are no employees. There is no management. There is no real accountability. Yo …
answered May 2 '16 by Lilienthal
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I disagree. I can see a version of the question being appropriate for the main site, but as written the question is specifically about how to use the Workplace site in the context of the broader netwo …
answered May 26 '16 by Lilienthal
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Given the exposure and the good reception of the question, this should instead receive a historical lock, not a deletion. While the HNQ is largely at fault here, we can't deny that the question is pop …
answered Feb 3 '16 by Lilienthal
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Let's see: advisers, formal complaints, university investigations, and wondering what anti-discrmination laws apply to a PhD student? That's all well and truly in the realm of academia. None of that i …
answered Jul 13 '17 by Lilienthal
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I cast the final close vote and a deletion vote (which was reversed after the question was upvoted from -3). I believe the crosspost alone is sufficient reason for deletion and the edits so far haven …
answered May 12 '16 by Lilienthal
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Popularity is not in any way an indication of question quality or whether it's on-topic. Frankly, if there were a link, I would argue that it's negatively correlated. There aren't really any hard- …
answered Jul 18 '18 by Lilienthal
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Is there anyway I can still award a bounty on that question? No, I'm afraid not. Closed questions cannot receive a bounty. Unfortunately the help page doesn't specify this.
answered Jul 23 '18 by Lilienthal
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Don't jump to conclusions please. Sexism in the workplace is an insidious and pervasive problem. But suggesting that the Patriarchy is trying to hide the problem by "washing away gender bias" is ludic …
answered Dec 10 '15 by Lilienthal
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It attracted a strong negative reception including spam flags because it promoted a particular store. It also didn't ask a very clear question and there was suspicion that it didn't contain an authent …
answered Jul 22 by Lilienthal
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The question is too broad and the OP is requesting an answer to a company-specific question that we can't answer while the broader question has no useful answers. Bottom line, could wearing the st …
answered Nov 2 '15 by Lilienthal
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Is this question actually off-topic? Yes, but it should have had a custom close reason. None of the standard close reasons fit why the question doesn't belong on this site, but as you've commente …
answered Jun 22 '16 by Lilienthal