Columbus-based Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI) says it will reopen its offices in Indiana April 4, following a two-year closure because of the pandemic. The Republic reports the company has categorized each role and determined which jobs are fully on-site, fully remote, or hybrid, based on the function.
The publication says it is unclear how many Cummins workers will be on-site or working in a hybrid capacity. Company officials previously said that they anticipated that most roles would be hybrid.
Cummins employs about 8,000 people in the Columbus area and has several offices in downtown Columbus, including its corporate headquarters, which can accommodate around 1,000 workers.
The Republic reports the return of Cummins workers downtown could have significant implications for downtown businesses that have relied for years on foot traffic.