Do next? Not rack off of the yeast for ales until it's going into the bottling bucket... An extra week on the yeast will do a brew good 95% of the time.
Letting a brew sit on the yeast for 2-4+ weeks won't do any harm. If anything it will help the majority of brew. Sure, there are a few styles that you want to rack to do different things with, but those are the minority. Basically, anything using ale yeast can stay on the yeast for at least 2-4 weeks.
There's tons of posts about this here, start looking through them...
If you were just racking to get the brew to clear, you would have been better off leaving it on the yeast. Now, since you disturbed it, you'll need to let it all settle again, before racking into the bottling bucket...
Racking, for the vast majority of brews, is a carry over from the dark days of home brewing. Back when ingredients weren't so good, yeast wasn't nearly as good, and such. With today's ingredients, and yeasts, it's no longer necessary... There are more than a few people on these boards that have had beer sit on the yeast cake for 4+ months before racking to bottle...
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