I used to manage a recruiting platform specializing in the VR and AR industry. At that time, I strongly felt that there was an issue with the layoff system itself when I received employment advice from people who had come from well-known VR and AR companies who were laid off one after another.
When we actually interviewed more than several dozen HR personnel, we learned that they all had common issues and that the field was very tired. HR wanted to be more employee-focused, but they were so busy with the task at hand that they were not able to do higher-priority work.Furthermore, even though most companies have experienced layoffs, they were not sharing better knowledge, etc., because it is a very sensitive subject.
So we decided to start a company to help with back-office operations during layoffs. Software that automates the process and saves hours of work and tens of thousands of dollars in expenses.