Congress added the Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA) to Title VII to ensure that employers did not discriminate against pregnant employees. The PDA requires employers to offer leave or benefits to pregnant workers if those benefits are offered to other employees who experience physical or mental disabilities. While this does not guarantee a pregnant worker an accommodation, it does ensure that pregnant workers cannot be treated differently. This extends to hiring, firing, promotions, assignments, layoffs, training, as well as fringe benefits such as leave and health insurance. Further, this requires employers to provide a pregnant employee who is temporarily unable to perform the job with accommodations similar to other temporarily disabled employees.