I think that I would have followed Chakotay's example in this case.
He was a good leader, and his people were loyal to him; but I admit, I am somewhat surprised they made good crew. The ordeal with Seska also may have been sobering for some of them.
That's what I was thinking, too. It probably also helped smooth things over with Tuvok being a Starfleet spy in their midst.
I love Chakotay's line about it: "You were working for her; she was working for them. Was anyone on that ship working for me?"