Lessons learned in the California Supreme Court on Tuesday: Workers not wanting to be fired for no reason better scour their contracts closely, and day laborers should bow in reverence to a Beverly Hills hair model.

In two separate cases during oral arguments in San Francisco, the court took on unrelated employment issues that could affect millions of Californians. The justices seemed to be leaning in favor of employers in one case while smiling on employees in the other.

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