Quoted From Marcel - The King of Beam.
The first picture is not clear, so I will have to assumme the typical detail for such.
The wall angle clip that you see is usually installed for erection purposes and at times to supplement the bearing capacities for the beam.
Usually the beam would have a beam clip on the end and bolted to cast in place anchor bolts or drilled epoxy bolts.
If this wall clip was designed to carry the load, it is wrong.
If this wall clip was designed to supplement the bolted connection to the concrete it is wrong.
If installed as an erection aid, it is still wrong in placement.
The second picture is a stabilizer clip for a girder bar joist.
It is in the wrong placement for doing it’s job as a lateral stabilizer as it was designed for.
Those do not usually get welded. They are meant to provide stability and allow movement under load.