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Unit 62 – Requirements of working to a briefStructure of briefsA brief is an outline form of all the aims and objectives of the product or service, the brief evolves ascommunication between the client and employee ensues.ContractualA contractual brief is a brief between the client and employees. This brief explains the duties thathave to be done and how the company plans its work.The brief also explains how much and what the employee will receive, this brief also includes whatthe employee is agreeing to before signing it.This brief must include general liability insurance.NegotiatedA negotiated brief is when two different parties have different ideas but then they both come to adecision by compromising and making sure that both parties are happy with and agree with thedecision that has been made between them.FormalA formal brief is a written document which contains specific and precise details about the goals andobjectives that need to be achieved. Formal briefs don’t contain any unnecessary details and willalways get straight to the point.Formal briefs are usually aimed at businesses or groups of people rather than individuals and are notalways a legal document.InformalAn informal brief is the opposite of a formal brief, this means that it will contain more unnecessarydetails and will be less specific and precise. Informal briefs are aimed at individuals more thanbusinesses or groups. Informal briefs won’t be as strict but can also be a legal document.CommissionA commission brief is when a TV broadcaster such as BBC or ITV employs an independent productioncompany to produce a programme for their schedule.TenderA tender brief isCooperative brief
A cooperative brief isCompetitionA competition brief is