I don't really know about the meaning of "like few others" in the first sentence:
- AMP is an organisation like few others. We enjoy a culture that recognises individuality yet encourages collaboration, giving real meaning to our work and making a difference to our people and our customers.
And there's the second sentence I saw online:
- This was some beautiful morning and what a job they’ve done, like few others have been able to do.
Comparing these two sentences, I don't know if the use of this phrase are the same. Please teach me if you know anything about it.