You didn't really specify any real timelines....
We've had hens stop laying for two weeks after being moved from a coop, to another coop, five feet away.
We've had cockerels that inseminate everything that moved (even my boots), but not touched new hens for several weeks.
We've had new hens missing tail feathers (and no fertile eggs) for weeks because they resisted the roosters.
We've had old hens just decide they didn't like the cocks/roosters for no reason and thrown away incubated eggs that previously would have been fertilized.
And the absolute WORST offense: I changed everyone from crumbles to pellets. I'm not even sure those chickens knew if they should mutiny or commit seppuku.
Point being: give them time. Everyone may need to adjust. Sometimes it takes longer than others.
This is our experiences, hopefully it helps.