Chances are, many of your employees are ready to get back to the office, at least for part of the week.

But are you ready for their return? Your workplace may need to change substantially in order to accommodate your employees while looking after their well-being.

If you’re a member of a flexible workspace, the good news is your operator may have put new standards and policies in place to maintain health and safety throughout the location. However, there are still a number of steps employers can take in order to help their teams stay safe — including reconfiguring the layout in your private office or suite.

While your old layout may have aimed to maximize the space at hand or encourage collaboration through proximity, your new layout will need to consider the personal space now required for each employee. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that employers spread out workstations so that employees are stationed at least six feet apart or put up physical barriers when distancing isn’t feasible.

However, your office layout can do more than solve for physical distance. Think carefully about what you need from your office right now. Maybe your biggest priority is giving your team a place where they can once again work together in-person. Or maybe it’s having a space where they can really focus, away from the distractions of home.

Whatever your priority is, the right office layout can help. That’s why Industrious has put together a new guide to help you find out which one is right for your team, right now: Rethinking Your Office Layout.

In addition to walking you through different configurations, the guide contains advice on how to reduce your office’s occupancy and tips for getting the most of your new layout so that your team can do its best work.