The Israeli Nurses Association (INSA) wants to make sure that all the nurses in Israel don’t have to pay a fee of 20 percent of their salaries to register with the Ministry of Health.
It is the biggest challenge for nurses in the country.
The ministry will decide on the fee based on the total salary paid to all registered nurses, and this number will be based on a formula.
The fee will only be paid to registered nurses who will be employed in Israel for at least one year.
The association has been asking the ministry to take action against the nursing industry.
The Ministry of Labor has already been instructed to address the problem in a manner that does not endanger the health of the people.
The nurses association, however, wants the ministry not to make this decision based on its own criteria, and that it be based only on the average salaries paid to nurses.
The fees are the biggest issue for the nurses, who must be paid as soon as they register with their employer.
The average salary for registered nurses in any profession is between 40,000 and 50,000 shekels ($9,000 to $12,000).
However, the nursing association says that registered nurses should not have to fork out such high sums of money.
The nursing association also demands that the ministry take action to stop the charging of such fees.
The Israeli nurses association is part of the Physicians for Human Rights and Human Rights Watch, a group that advocates for the rights of Israeli medical professionals.
It has been campaigning for the elimination of the fee system.
“The nurses are paying for an entire industry that is based on profits and that is damaging the health and wellbeing of patients,” said Efraim Zuroff, head of the nurses association.
The group wants the government to take the issue seriously.
“We want the government, which has such a high salary for its employees, to take a serious look at the matter.
The nurse license fees are not a problem for us.
They are a big issue for all registered nursing,” he said.
A nurse is seen at her home in Tel Aviv, Israel, July 1, 2018.
The National Association of Registered Nurses has called on the Israeli government to abolish the fee.
“Nurses who work in the nursing profession in Israel are paying the government’s salary, and are also paying for the care of their patients,” its president, Yael Gassim, said.
“They are paying money that goes to the public treasury, and not to the health care system.
We are calling for the removal of the licensing fee, which does not serve the interests of the nursing community,” Gassin said.
According to the nurses union, the licensing fees are imposed on registered nurses for a number of reasons, including to pay for the salaries of staff members, who are not allowed to work more than 10 hours a day.
The licensing fee was created in 2010 to encourage more nurses to register and help pay for their training.
However, many registered nurses feel the fee is a burden on their salaries, and they say that the fees do not protect them.
The registration fee, the nurses group says, does not protect their health.
In addition, the fees are a form of taxation that the Ministry has no authority over, said Gassi.
“There are many other problems with the licensing system, and we are not the only ones complaining,” he added.
The Association of Medical Practitioners in Israel (AMPI), the trade association for the medical profession, has also called for the abolition of the fees.
“In a world where there are more than 60 million registered nurses and they are the backbone of the health system, it is vital that they are not burdened with a licensing fee,” said AMPI’s general secretary, Dror Ben-Yair.
The union’s president, Ami Gafni, said the licensing licensing fees hurt registered nurses because they are responsible for ensuring patient safety and that of the entire health care delivery system.
He said that if the fees were abolished, the health services would be better managed and less burdensome for registered nursing.
According the AMPI, the fee was imposed in 2008 for the sole purpose of funding nursing school tuition.
“When the government created the licensing license fees, the primary objective was to improve the health in the profession.
But this primary objective has not been achieved.
Now the licensing licenses are only used to fund nursing school fees.
If these fees were not necessary, we would not have these licensing fees,” Gafim said.
He added that in the past, the government would have made more efforts to reduce the fees, but the current situation is causing a lot of problems for registered nurse unions.
Gafi, however: “The licensing fees do represent a significant contribution to the government.
We believe the current system needs to change.
We want to see more nurses working, not fewer.”
The ministry said that the fee would only be imposed if the