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The Workplace is a toxic community

I think the issue is you think that people closing your questions was an attack on you. It is not, it is just people treating the question on its merits. You could have, at any stage, modified your ...
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Is there a consensus in The Workplace regarding the meaning of votes for answers?

Not really. The metric really just remains "is this useful?" and while you can pick holes in what "useful" means to various people, it's rather the point of voting to arrive at a ...
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The Workplace is a toxic community

Your question was closed because it was, indeed vague. overtime policies differ from company to company, contract to contract, state to state, country to country. The fact that you did not include a ...
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Why is my question about nightshifts off-topic?

Not that it matters, but as I write this, your question has 2 upvotes and 7 downvotes. Answers need to be justified in some way. Hopefully with logic, or convention, or some other rationale. To be ...
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Is there a consensus in The Workplace regarding the meaning of votes for answers?

There is no consensus, but I'll let you know a good guideline I apply. Upvote an answer whether I agree with it or not based on how useful it is and how much help it would provide the querent. ...
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Is there a consensus in The Workplace regarding the meaning of votes for answers?

You should upvote posts you want to "float to the top" and you should downvote posts you want to push to the bottom (or make easier for the community/roomba to delete). That's it. Your ...
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Is there a consensus in The Workplace regarding the meaning of votes for answers?

I mainly just upvote answers that seem useful. I'll upvote answers that are at odds with another answer that I just upvoted if I deem them useful in some cultures. I'll also upvote answers I think are ...
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