Inspectors, contractors, and company personnel, we are inherently wired to recognize flaws in the product made and/or work performance of others and acting on it, while allowing good performance or product to pass by without giving credit. It is because we are looking for the aforementioned and thus do not automatically think of giving credit when credit is due. The recognition of good work performance holds as much importance in the workplace as does the correction of work. The understanding and implementation of giving credit for work well done falls within every worker's responsibility and does not rest solely on the supervision. However, supervisory roles can have a larger impact. Inspectors should be seeking out good work behavior among crews and giving credit when it is due. Giving credit for good work changes the dynamics of the workplace for the better.