Naturally, this being the workers Utopia of Illinois, the Winchester Division of Olin Corporation is the villain and the three-headed beast, Cerberus, is the heroic protagonist. The guardian of Hades has three distinct heads in this epic struggle. Although its heads differ, they work in concert to defeat the enemy and banish the reviled employer from the land. Each head is a crucial component, without which victory might be seriously delayed or even denied.
Although the beast might enjoy the instant gratification of defeating the forces of employment in one grand battle, it has decided to toy with its prey. It prefers to wound and drive from its realm one portion of the hated company at a time. This way, the weakened enemy remains to serve as the target of hatred, which can be nurtured for a few years in preparation for the next assault.
The paradox presented by Cerberus is that it banishes the villainous employer for the sake of the "worker." One must not question the logic of eliminating employers for the sake of those employed. The suspension of disbelief must be applied, (much like Senator Shrillary Clinton listening to the testimony of General Petraeus).