You won't be working for walmart, crapitalism and it's corporations will not exist, but the distribution system erected by walmart serves to continue the availability of consumer goods.
The driller drills and the miner mines because she wants consumer goods and the division of labor is the only way to make those available. It is not practical, yet, for each individual to make their own goods, just the time needed to get food would not leave time to make shoes, or paper.
The continuance of going to work as currently structured insures that you can have toilet paper and tvs while not being a parasite on the people that did the work.
If you chose not to work then the system collapses you will likely starve, but if you work just as you did today then the system of supplying the world with consumer goods can continue, or you can be a bum and eat from the stuff provided by those that do continue to work, but having done so you would be viewed as a thief.
The proposition is that as long as the workers continue to work the goods will continue to be available.
The value of the work is one share of the whole of the work done, ie, work and get free stuff.
The trick is in accounting for your consumption in a way that definitively proves that you have produced more than you consumed and are not a parasite on the workers.
You would not be working at a non-profit, though you really need to look at escaping that matrix, profit makes you a slave or victim, but by continuing to work you get what you want from the work of others while they get your work in return.
Tit for tat trades leave crapitalism in place, but it is important to insure that you have produced more than you have consumed, that necessitates some form of objective measure, I have proposed hours, but perhaps a better measure exists.
The only way to escape crapitalism and wage slavery is to eliminate dollars and any other medium that exchanges directly work for goods.
Any medium of exchange allows wealth to be built and the privileges that wealth brings.
Only by figuring out a way to give all people access to the basics, food, clothing, shelter, without having to pay for it out of wages of $40 paid for work worth $100 can we escape wage slavery. Any solution that leaves money in place leaves us enslaved to those that control it.
I suggest a free pass to the store in return for working in a needed area of endeavor from the age of 20 to 45 in the amount of hours needed to continue current inventory needs.
This reconciles with anarchism because it eliminates the privileges of wealth and requires a voluntary compliance.
The workers already comply with what I have proposed they just account for their labor in a way that restricts what they can have in return and establishes a permanent privileged overlord class.
As long as the workers continue to work we can just stop paying at the register and short circuit the system that has led us willingly into our own enslavement to those permanently on top of the system.