The next time you’re looking for help in one of Home Depot’s 2,000 stores, bear in mind that the man or woman in the orange apron might be a real do-it-yourself paint, hardware or plumbing expert. Or not. That person might be a corporate vice president. Or the CEO. Or the general counsel.

Home Depot’s new executive vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary, Jack A. VanWoerkom, started work June 25. But one of his first tasks will not be at the corporate headquarters in Atlanta — known in-house as the “store support center.” He’ll be working in the aisles of a store.

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