I'm working on an HR application where admins can define the scope of a user's role based on their location and organization. So as in the example below, a role may be limited to the "Los Angeles" Location and also to the "Information Technology" and "Sales & Marketing" organizations.
User testing has revealed that the expectation of this configuration is that only users in the intersection would be visible, so only those employees located in Los Angeles who are also either in IT or Sales & Marketing. (Exclusive/reductive)
The required behavior though, is that all employees in the selected locations are available (regardless of organization) and all employees in the selected organizations are available (regardless of the location). (Inclusive/expansive)
It's a fairly unusual use case I'm struggling to find a solution that tests well and makes this clear. I'm curious if anyone has an example of a filtering/scoping mechanism that works similarly that might provide a better design pattern. Thanks!