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Nevada unfortunately does not have any mandatory vacation or "one day off in seven" law that would require time off; unlike some other states that do have such a requirement. A correctly classified salaried employee can be required to work every day without extra compensation.
I question whether your son is correctly classified as salaried . Generally, to meet this qualification the "manager" has to have clear authority over other employees - to hire, fire, direct work, create and manage projects. Or they have to be in such a profession (doctor, lawyer, accountant) that they are using basically a college degree in a learned manner.
If I'm reading into your question correctly your son has been named a "manager" but probably has no such authority...he's just basically there doing all the work, while the employer pays him nothing extra for ours over 40 per week. That's not correct and he should be classified as an hourly employee and paid overtime (time and one half for all hours over 40 per week). If you suspect this is true and want to pursue it, I'd suggest filing charges with the Department of Labor
and Hour Department, which would investigate the matter, make a determination of whether he is properly classified and would attempt to resolve the matter. If they cannot resolve it, they will bring a lawsuit against the employer. You can learn how and where to file such a charge at the Department's website - here
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