It will be months before General Motors Co. and Ford Motor Co. send their salaried employees back to the office to work, according to a new report in The Detroit News.

GM is planning to reevaluate in October if it’s possible to send employees back to its downtown Detroit offices. Ford pushed back to January its plans to bring employees back to its Dearborn headquarters. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles hasn’t said when its salaried workforce might return.

Ford originally told 30,000 U.S. salaried workers that they wouldn’t come back before September, but recently told them that the remote work will likely remain in place through January.