JOYCE M. ROSENBERG AP Business Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Before the coronavirus outbreak, furniture deliveries at Sunnyland Outdoor Living meant two employees sitting side-by-side in a truck. Now, one will be driving the truck while the second follows in a car. And when Sunnyland's workers reach a customer's home, "we'll deliver outside — we won't go inside people's houses," says Brad Schweig, the retailer's vice president for operations. Employee safety is a priority as small and midsize businesses rehire laid-off employees and get back to work and many owners realize that supplying masks and gloves won't be enough. Many staffers are anxious about increased contact with others that could make them more vulnerable to catching the virus — feelings owners understand they need to con
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