Cummins pushing back office reopenings until next year

Cummins is pushing back its in-person reopening plans for office workers.

According to company officials, the timeline to fully reopen offices is being pushed back to early 2022.

Jon Mills, spokesman for the Columbus based engine manufacturer, said that Cummis is reevaluating its return-to-office plans and looking at more phased reopening pilots based on local conditions and infection rates.

The company plans to maintain all existing safety precautions, including masking for all employees.

The voluntary return-to-office pilot program at the Corporate Office Building in Columbus will continue for vaccinated employees. Employees need to have completed the vaccine verification process.