Life at Seven Hills

From regular socials to a keen focus on health and wellbeing,
we make sure there is plenty to enjoy at our riverside home.


We actively encourage charitable work and volunteering. From year round fundraising to support for Shelter and Cancer Research, we back good causes and offer one day per year for every member of the team to volunteer for an organisation of their choice.



We offer flexible working, a short term salary advance if needed, and we each have access to Perkbox, for discounts on everything from cinema tickets to car hire.


Throughout the year we invite great campaigners, entrepreneurs and leaders to visit and share their experiences with us. A brilliant chance to hear from inspiring people about the ideas that drive them.



Each month we recognise one person who has excelled in their work and contributed to the firm’s mission over the previous few weeks. Nominations are taken from the full team, with the winner awarded a prize worth up to £75.


We never miss an opportunity to mark a major milestone. Every birthday is celebrated with a cake and early leave, and every anniversary with champagne.



Each year we put together a vibrant calendar for the year ahead to ensure there are plenty of opportunities to come together as a team. Recent socials have included a darts night at Flight Club, our summer sports day, curry night, as well as our annual start to the year brunch, summer away-day and Christmas party.


Food is a big part of life at Seven Hills and we make sure we break bread together every Friday with delicious lunches served from local caterers. We also celebrate the team’s efforts each week with our (in)famous Friday drinks trolley, regular quizzes and of course, Sid the Frenchie!



Our Wandsworth location means we work right next to the park and the river. Perfect for a lunchtime walk! We hold a healthy breakfast once a month and encourage our team to boost their mental and physical wellbeing where they can.

“A day without laughter is a day wasted". @michaelhayman says why in City AM. Read more - see link in bio.
#eraforreinvention #cityam

Author and historian @annesebba joins @michaelhayman on tomorrow’s #ChangeMakers for a fascinating discussion about the under-recognised women of history.

From Wallis Simpson in her book That Woman, re-assessing the abdication crisis, to Les Parisiennes - her book on the experiences of women in 1940s occupied Paris, Anne explains why she’s passionate about revisiting the untold stories of women through history, and what the past teaches us about the human condition.

Listen tomorrow morning by subscribing to Change Makers on all good podcast platforms

Journalist and @bbcr4today anchor Justin Webb swaps the presenter’s chair for the hot seat in tomorrow’s #ChangeMakers.

He speaks to @michaelhayman about his life and career, sharing his experience of presenting the Today Programme in lockdown, his thoughts on the upcoming US election and why he believes social media is no reflection on how most people behave in reality.

Subscribe now wherever you get your podcasts to get the episode as soon as it lands tomorrow morning.

Baroness Ruby McGregor-Smith CBE joins Michael on #ChangeMakers this week.

The new President of the British Chambers of Commerce and life peer talks through her fascinating career, from becoming the first Asian CEO of a FTSE250 company with Mitie, to leading the McGregor-Smith Review on race in the workplace in 2017. She discusses her drive to never give up, the importance of living for the moment and why she believes business can be a force for good.

Listen now on Apple, Spotify, Audioboom or wherever else you get your podcasts and follow the link in our bio to find out more

This week on #ChangeMakers, Michael is joined by @lordscheckner, founder and CEO of @advertisingweek

The premier global gathering for the creative industries - from New York to London, Tokyo, Sydney, Mexico City and Johannesburg, Matt talks about why he will give a platform to any and all issues, and how he puts flare into everything he does.

Listen now wherever you get your podcasts and visit the link in our bio to find out more

Baroness Ruby McGregor-Smith CBE joins @michaelhayman tomorrow on #ChangeMakers.

It’s a fascinating interview covering her life and career – from becoming the first Asian woman to head up a FTSE250 company, to her trailblazing review into diversity and inclusion in the workplace in 2017, to her new role as President of the British Chambers of Commerce.

Watch the trailer here and subscribe now on Apple, Spotify, Audioboom or wherever else you get your podcasts

Global CEO of @advertisingweek @lordscheckner joins @michaelhayman tomorrow on #ChangeMakers.

A man who puts the ‘show’ into ‘showbusiness’, he’s had a one of a kind career with an eye for the extraordinary. In this interview he shares his stories from the top and why people have to adapt quickly to changing times.

Watch the trailer here and subscribe now to get this and all future episodes of the podcast as soon as they’re released

Pause, take a breath and start dreaming.
We’re excited to share with you our exclusive collaboration with Royal Philharmonic Orchestra @rpoonline which is now live. Our theme this week is dreams, so join us and cosy up in your favourite chair and listen from the link in our bio. In the words of Renée Elliott, “The lockdown is a chance to say ‘What is my purpose? Am I where I want to be?”.
This is the first of six brand new playlists from the RPO. Each month we will share a carefully selected theme of tracks from the RPO which will feature some of the dreams and aspirations from some of previous Change Makers – and how these have empowered them to make a difference.
Join us on the journey.
#MusicToUnlockYourMission #ChangeMakers

This weekend make sure to listen to our @rfkhumanrights episodes of #ChangeMakers with Kerry Kennedy and Paul Lindley OBE.

A passionate campaigner for health, human rights and happiness, Paul shares his journey from a childhood in Zambia that inspired him to “keep smiling”, his entrepreneurial experience with Ella’s Kitchen and how RFK’s speeches inspired his own activism.

Listen now wherever you get your podcasts + find out more about Paul, including hearing his brilliant song Every Child’s Plate written with @emmanueljal, by visiting his episode page on our website. See link in our bio

Listen to #ChangeMakers with inspirational activist @kerrykennedyrfk, President of @rfkhumanrights, who discusses how her father’s legacy inspires and informs the organisation’s work more than 50 years after his death.

It’s a fascinating interview that looks at global leadership during the coronavirus pandemic, the Black Lives Matter movement, the US prison system and much more.

Find out more about Kerry and the work of RFK Human Rights by heading to her episode page on our website, through the link in our bio. Take a listen by subscribing to Change Makers wherever you get your podcasts

Tomorrow we’re going live with two new episodes of #ChangeMakers looking at the incredible work of @rfkhumanrights with its President @kerrykennedyrfk and UK Chair Paul Lindley OBE.

Watch our trailer here and find out what made the late great Robert F. Kennedy such an inspiration to Paul, and why he thinks we need more politicians like him today.

Head to the Seven Hills website through the link in our bio to find out more about the #ChangeMakers podcast and subscribe on all your usual podcast channels.

2020 has been full of challenges but the urgent issues of today are not overwhelming @rfkhumanrights - as it continues its work to create a more just and peaceful world.

Watch the trailer for this week’s #ChangeMakers with @kerrykennedyrfk and hear more about her vision for a kinder future.

To find out more follow the link in our bio and subscribe to the podcast today to hear Kerry Kennedy’s episode as soon as it’s released on Friday morning

Something slightly different for you in this episode of #ChangeMakers. Thank you to @rpoonline for providing us with a special introduction for our interview with their very own Benn Cunningham and Charlotte Ansbergs.

Tune in now on all your usual podcast platforms or through the podcast page of the Seven Hills website - link in our bio

Take a listen to our latest episode of #ChangeMakers with the hilarious @rorybremner1 who takes us through his story – and Britain’s recent political history – with some of his best impressions and anecdotes from his 35 year career.

You can listen now on Apple, Spotify, Audioboom and more. So take a look by going to Rory’s episode page through the link in our bio

“Music is the greater connector, a time machine” says Benn Cunningham, chair and double bassist of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra @rpoonline.

He speaks to @michaelhayman alongside the RPO’s second violinist and director Charlotte Ansbergs on Friday’s #ChangeMakers, for an uplifting interview on the history, future, and cultural and community importance of the RPO.

Subscribe through the link in our bio now to get this and our interview with Rory Bremner on Friday morning as soon as it’s released!

“Be yourself... That’s the worst advice you could give to an impressionist!”

Join @michaelhayman this Friday on the #ChangeMakers podcast for his hilarious interview with @rorybremner1 on everything from his career in comedy, to his experience living with ADHD, to his thoughts on (and in the voices of) world leaders’ response to coronavirus.

Watch the teaser trailer here and subscribe now through the link in our bio to get this episode as soon as it’s released on Friday morning!

The biggest thank you in support of the NHS and all the key workers from us all at Seven Hills. Thank you for all your efforts and giving us health and hope.

#nhs #thankyyoutogether #keyworkers #nhsheroes #nhsworkers #thankyoukeyworkers #keyworkers #supportthenhs #nhsrainbow #nhsengland

Episodes 14 & 15 of #ChangeMakers are now live and available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Audioboom and more.

Sir Anthony Seldon is in the hot seat with @michaelhayman today, and he talks lessons for Britain’s leaders, slowing down and living life to the full. You can also find out more about what makes Sir Anthony tick, from the book that changes his life, to his top 5 lockdown tracks. Follow the link in our bio to see more