So in other words, loyalty at all costs, regardless of the dysfunction of the higher-ups and poisonous company culture?
Sorry: while we're glad to have (or should I say "to have had") a paycheck, we recognized the insanity of the situation from the get-go. We tried our best to affect change from within, but when it was apparent that the geniuses running the show were chugging the punch, we refused to take a sip - and did our best to survive the carnage.
Just because you are part of a company who's management is in turmoil, doesn't mean you need to be part of the problem. If you are a professional
, you will do your job to the best of your ability, regardless of the management circumstances.
I have worked in stations with a less than acceptable management/management style. At the end of the day, I moved on, and I am in a better place for doing so. However, I read your post's, and all I see is someone who would rather be somewhere other then where they are. If given the choice, I choose to jump, rather than being pushed. If you are so unhappy, you should have jumped.