Employees are employed by their employer, by providing their time an skills VOLUNTARILY. They're not tied to the plantation, and they may leave whenever they wish (unless they signed a contract saying otherwise).<quoted text>
Of course, at question is whether the owner of said corporation may project their religious beliefs onto their employees. I think that is a violation of the employees individual right to free exercise, as well as a violation of their free speech. Arguably it is also creating a situation where the employee gives up their free will and is basically nothing more than a slave to the employer.
To say ALL corporations, be they a single person, or more than one person, cannot be a religious institution, is simply UNTRUE.
I imagine nearly all religious institutions of whatever kind are incorporated in their state merely for personal liability reasons, such as a member falling and breaking a leg on the property.(I learned the hard way, that you can slip and fall a very short distance (I'm not too tall), and break your leg.:()