A GROUP of 67 San Miguel employees would earn only half their present wages if they took up a company offer to transfer them, unionists said yesterday. The sales department workers were told on Thursday they would not be needed by the end of this month. They could transfer to a company appointed yesterday by the brewer to take over warehousing and delivery. But their wages would be halved because they would no longer get commission, a spokesman for the Federation of Hong Kong and Kowloon Labour Unions, Poon King-shun, said. 'It's not a fair deal. The company is misleading the public by saying 'we still arrange jobs for them',' Mr Poon said. Mr Poon said the workers in this round of sackings would not receive the extra living allowances offered to 96 workers who were laid off in June. They were given the allowances partly because their jobs were terminated without one month's notice. San Miguel's managing director Stuart McGregor said the 67 were better protected than the first group because they were offered job opportunities.