Self quote from here:
If your boss’s business has a position of economic dominance over a community (which happens a lot at local and regional level, even if on average there seems to be enough competition), it’s not very difficult for them to impose a socially conservative agenda on it on the threat of being barred from your best chance at getting a job in the area. If you were blacklisted by your boss, then associating with you would become dangerous for all your acquaintances. You would either cave or leave, and, eventually, the local society would become toxic for a minority still defending personal freedoms.
If your boss is allowed to mingle economy and morality, it’s not hard to see how the freedoms part of libertarianism could get easily relegated to a ghetto status anywhere, even everywhere. People would start voting conservative governments because a strong showing up of any other party would make the boss suspicious, and suspicious people would be fired. Other people would really buy into it, and become de facto conservatives. Seen this way, the end game would be libertarianism being unwinded because the mandate to not interfere in morals via economic aggression was limited only to the public corporation, while the private corporation was fully allowed to enforce the elimination of personal freedoms.