If an employee will receive a PAQL of “1,” what should (or what is expected) that the numerical score be for that category (-1, -2, -3)?

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A PAQL of “1” would most likely correlate to an OCS score below the Expected Range. For example, if the range was 64 – 71, a 63 or below qualifies for a PAQL of 1. A score anywhere within the range says the employee is appropriately compensated and successfully met his/her objectives. A -1, -2, -3, etc. says there were problems – work products were late or incorrect, employee needed more guidance or supervision – but it still represents success. A delta OCS of -3 or -2 could qualify for a PAQL of “1,” but there would need to be a significant documentation that addresses poor performance.