I'm a big fan of the StackExchange network - it's QA done intelligently, and applied to an ever-growing range of topics.
A few days ago a new StackExchange site entered public beta called "The Workplace." It's all about work, jobs, workplace issues (from HR, to client relations, to productivity, to politics and more).
Come join the community; if you've got a question that hasn't already been answered, ask it! You're likely to get a fairly quick response (in fact, you'll probably get multiple responses, and most within 24 hours) with numerous perspectives, cultures, workplace types, and nationalities represented.
What we're missing is you! We need more representation in a broader range of professions. The site has started out with a heavy contingent of IT and software folks, and I would love to see people from all sorts of professions join up so that the tech folk (like me) aren't hogging the conversations. I would also love to see more questions asked and answered from the perspective of upper management, executives, and folks in HR roles - perspectives that are often not shared beyond the bounds of their own membership.