Job, or change in ownership as is the case here, or things as simple as having to change from your favorite parking spot, to someone taking your almost assigned seat on row 3 at church. We get use to the way things are, an we develop a comfort zone with that and when something happens to upset our daily routine we become uncomfortable with that cituation.
The change here has mostly been in stages and each time they implement another change we become uneasy, thus we voice our concerns/ complaints even though we can see that most, not all , the changes seem to be for the better in the long run.
Bottom line is CHANGE takes time, but in the end we should all benefit from it.
The second fold to all this is simple and it goes back to an old Chinse Provberb: The only difference between a puppy and a truck driver is a puppy quits whinning after 6 weeks.