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

According to the CDC, the U.S. is averaging 2 million vaccine doses per day, and about half of American adults have received at least one dose.

But are you ready for your employees to return? Your workplace may need to change substantially in order to accommodate their current needs. With many employees spending a few days a week working from home — and some not yet or only partially vaccinated — you may want to reimagine how your office space is configured in order to make the most of your time together as a team.

Start by thinking 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.

Not sure? Ask your teammates what they need from the office. And keep asking — you might find that their answers change. For example, parents that are currently looking after their kids may need one day week to go into the office and tackle heads-down focus work. But as vaccination numbers continue to climb, they may be able to send their kids to camp this summer or find another childcare option — and start coming into the office twice a week specifically to collaborate with their team.

Whatever your priority is, the right office layout can help. That’s why Industrious has put together a 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 tips for getting the most of your new layout so that your team can do its best work during its time together.