I'm on the fence about this one. To help decide, I think we should look at whether or not we would be talking about migrating it if the question were asking how the PM should find out the skills of a construction foreman, or determine the skills of a civil engineering team member on a project.
If the answers are still "this is not on topic for our site", then maybe finding a new home for it would be a good step.
I do know from experience on Programmers SE that career questions may be discouraged, since they've had so many duplicates clutter the site. However, they appear to be on-topic on Workplace SE.
The other concern is that the Stack Exchange team typically discourages migrations where the question doesn't have lots of detail, and something that the target site would benefit from. In other words, the migration shouldn't only benefit just the asker, but the community as a whole.
In this case, due to the lack of detail, I lean more towards outright closing, if the question is deemed to be off-topic. Unless, of course, we can edit it and improve it. :)
If off-topic, you could ask the Workplace mods if they want it. I'm personally fine with whatever you or the community decides.
Shog9, one of the Stack Exchange community managers, makes a great point in the blog post titled Respect the Community -- Your Own, and Others':
Respecting your own community
As members of a community, your first loyalty should be to that community. When evaluating a question, you shouldn’t be looking to push it off on some other site; instead, ask if it could be appropriate and on-topic for you, the experts who the author decided to ask. Be a bit jealous of your site – don’t blithely turn askers away simply because their question could be asked somewhere else. Don’t hit them over the head with your scope, help them tailor their question to fit into it – and if that means your site’s scope overlaps a bit with another site’s, so be it.
Obviously, there are questions you’ll have to turn away, either because their only connection to your site is via the audience (“How do I make bread as a programmer?”), because it’s completely off-topic (“How do I cook a fish in a dishwasher?” obviously belongs on Cooking, not Home Improvement) or because they’re simply not useful or constructive. But that should be your last resort. Close questions with an eye toward improvement and re-opening, not driving users away.
In short, there's no easy answer to the dilemma of what to do with a specific question, and everyone who chimed in made some great points both for and against migration and closure. In general, I really feel like we've been doing a great job recently in terms of "respecting our community"; specifically, it's great to see our community members jump in and help new users improve their questions, which helps them get answers to questions they didn't even know they had!