It's pretty awesome to see this kind of worker solidarity
When Bre Kowalski, manager of a Noah's Bagels in Vacaville, CA learned she was being suspended due to a customer complaint, she took her lumps gracefully. Upon arriving home, however, she learned that the company decided to send her her final paycheck without any kind of warning or conversation. The customer complaint that caused the suspension also apparently never actually happened, and she was being let go for a completely different incident that occurred when she wasn't even at the store.
This was apparently the final straw for all of Kowalski's coworkers (they'd all been previously unhappy with the job for other reasons), who decided to quit en masse in protest. All told, the shop lost 16 employees at once - an incident that has since gone viral enough to garner several news stories.
And in the words of Saint IToldYaSo, you really, love to see it.